Cardinal Health™ Surgical Drapes and Gowns

Cardinal Health™ Surgical Drapes and Gowns

Cardinal Health provides a complete selection of surgical drapes, gowns and ancillary products that offers patients and clinicians the protection they want and need.

Together, we can make it simple.

You’re looking for new ways to make it easier—and we’re here to help you:

  1. Make it simple to choose, order and use the products everyone needs.
  2. Get the best value, so you can feel confident in your decision.
  3. Create a consistent, quality experience every time you touch the product.

As an industry-leading manufacturer of surgical drapes and gowns,1 we’re uniquely able to give you more of what you want most: a simple way to support your reputation of delivering quality care, while lowering costs at the same time.

The Cardinal Health™ Surgical Drapes and Gowns portfolio includes options in AAMI Level 3 and 4.2 For surgical gowns, the size options and protection levels are here. For surgical drapes, you’ll find all the features that clinicians prefer most—plus the appropriate level of barrier protection.

Footnotes & references:
1 2015 GHX Data
2 AAMI Levels determined per ANSI/AAMI PB70:2012

Surgical Gowns

Inspired by long days on your feet, our surgical gowns stand up to the rigors of your work. In creating SmartGown™, SmartSleeve™ and Astound®, we worked closely with healthcare professionals like you to make sure your needs and expectations were not just met, but exceeded.

Resources for surgical drapes and gowns

Learn more about surgical drapes and gowns through these educational tools and resources.

Surgical Drapes

View our complete offering of surgical drapes and ancillary products. Drapes available in AAMI level 3 and 4.

People. Best practices. Products. Healthcare.

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AAMI levels and surgical gowns; know if you’re protected.

This continuing education activity will provide a review of the key considerations for the appropriate selection and use of surgical gowns as an infection prevention measure for both patients and the surgical team.