We just use a sterile towel over the patient and another over the patient’s forehead. I don’t think you need anything fancier than that. The oral cavity is not a sterile environment.
What is everyone using to drape a patient for surgical exts/thirds? At the omfs program I was at, we used a large sheet drape and reusable surgical huck towels that were laundered. Not sure about the logistics/cost of doing something like that vs disposable. Just wanted to see what everyone else was doing?
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