Our Bean Bag Cover Provides:
More Surface Coverage
Over 95% surface coverage reducing patient contact to the bean bag positioner
Support & Secure
Skin liner drape has 3 points of Hook & Loop fixation that provides support and security for the patient
Skin liner drape helps to reduce cross contamination and helps in reducing infectious communicable bacteria
Hook & Loops reduce time in positioning patient onto operating bed as well as instances when staff leave operating room in search of surgical/medical adhesive tape
Provides comfort, reduces skin redness due to irritation and sores that can potentially be obtained while laying on uncovered bean bag positioning devices
Hook & Loop usage eliminates use of surgical/medical adhesive tape which often leaves residue on bean bag device or bed which can harbor mold/yeast and bacteria
How It Works
Universal Bean Bag
Positioner Drape Pack
The Universal Bean Bag Positioner Drape Pack is used to cover the bean bag positioning device, providing a barrier and security to the patient during surgery. The Bean Bag Positioner is used commonly in Orthopedic Surgery but not limited to OB/GYN Surgery, Urology Surgery, and Thoracic Surgery.
Why Choose Us
Nue Medical Solutions
Nue Medical Solutions is dedicated to providing unique and revitalizing ideas to produce high-quality, innovative surgical products. We strive to provide superior customer service by meeting the needs of the patients, healthcare providers, and hospitals in the field of surgery
Offering products that are easy to use, cost effective, and create better surgical outcomes. Our mission is to create the proper equipment our clients need to perform their duties at the highest level
Awesome Drape Cover
“Awesome drape cover, everyone says that it’s easy to use and the straps really provide great fixation and no more use of any adhesive tapes.”
Sara Mathews, RN
“I like that it comes in different sizes, especially for those larger patients when we’re doing shoulders. The straps really provide great solid support for the heavier patients.”
Jen Morris, RN
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