Disposable Sterile Surgical Kit

WILLCOME Disposable sterile surgical kit, often referred to as a surgical pack or surgical tray, is a pre-packaged set of sterile medical supplies and instruments designed for use during surgical procedures. These kits are intended to provide surgical teams with all the necessary tools and materials in a sterile and convenient format, ensuring aseptic conditions and reducing the risk of surgical site infections.

Disposable sterile surgical kits are particularly important in maintaining patient safety during surgery, reducing the risk of surgical site infections, and ensuring that surgical teams have the necessary tools and materials at their disposal. Surgical procedures should be conducted following established clinical protocols and guidelines to ensure the patient's well-being.

WILLCOME disposable sterile surgical kit is a material widely used in hospital surgery. it is made up of large hole single, surgical single, cloth, surgical gown, hole towel, medium single, rubber gloves etc which can effectively block liquid and bacterial penetration and prevents cross infection. The specific composition can be selected and configured according to the requirements of users.

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Features of Disposable Sterile Surgical Kit

Features of Disposable Sterile Surgical Kit

  • Convenience: Disposable Sterile Surgical Kits provide convenience by eliminating the need for assembling individual instruments and supplies before surgery. This saves time for surgical staff and reduces the risk of errors during setup.

  • Standardization: Kits adhere to standardized configurations and include essential instruments and supplies for specific procedures, ensuring consistency and adherence to best practices.

  • Surgical Drapes: Sterile surgical drapes and gowns are included to create a sterile field around the surgical site, preventing contamination from non-sterile surfaces.

  • Surgical Instruments: The kit contains a set of sterile surgical instruments necessary for the procedure, including forceps, scissors, needle holders, retractors, and specialized instruments relevant to the surgery.

  • Sutures and Closure Materials: Sutures and other wound closure materials are included for suturing incisions and wounds.

  • Dressing and Wound Care Materials: Sterile gauze pads, adhesive dressings, and other wound care materials may be included for post-surgical wound care.

  • Disposable Syringes and Needles: Disposable syringes and sterile needles are often included for medication administration, aspiration, or irrigation.

  • Drainage Devices: Depending on the surgery, drainage tubes, catheters, and sterile collection bags may be included for post-operative fluid management.

  • Gloves: Sterile surgical gloves, often made of latex, nitrile, or neoprene, are included to maintain aseptic conditions and protect surgical staff.

  • Labeling and Identification: Some kits include sterile labels or tags for identifying specimens or surgical instruments during the procedure.

  • Instructions: Many kits come with instructions or guidelines for proper instrument usage and aseptic techniques, ensuring that surgical staff can perform the procedure correctly and safely.

  • Packaging: The outer packaging of the kit is designed to maintain sterility and protect the contents during storage and transport. It may feature color-coding or labeling to identify the kit's specialty and contents.

  • Single-Use: Disposable Sterile Surgical Kits are intended for single-use only, eliminating the need for reprocessing and ensuring that all components are sterile and free from contamination.

  • Cost-Efficiency: These kits can help healthcare facilities reduce costs associated with sterilization, instrument maintenance, and inventory management.

  • Infection Control: The use of disposable kits enhances infection control measures by reducing the risk of cross-contamination.

  • Environmental Considerations: Some kits are designed with environmentally friendly materials and packaging to reduce waste and promote sustainability.

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Product nameDisposable sterile surgical packs
TypeMedical materials & accessories
MaterialSMS, SMMS etc
Physical testHydro-static pressure test & tensile test
ApplicationSurgery and operation room
MOQ3000 packs
PackagingEO sterile package, 1 pack/bag. 6 packs/carton or customized
Carton Size50*40*30cm
Storage conditionDry and cool area, avoid direct sunlight
Expiry date2 years
Production ability200,000 packs per month
Delivery time20-35 days workdays after receipt of 100% payment

Fitting NameSize(cm)QuantityMaterial
Hand tower40*40cm2Spun-lace
Side drape, with adhesive75* 75cm2SMS
Side drape, with adhesive150* 175cm1SMS
Instrument table cover150* 200cm1PE+PP
U-split drape100* 150cm1SMS
Reinforced surgical gownL2SMS+PP
Wrapping cloth100* 100cm1PP+PE

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Materials of Disposable Sterile Surgical Kit

Materials of Disposable Sterile Surgical Kit

Sterile Packaging: The outer packaging of the kit is typically made of a strong, sterile material such as plastic or paper. It keeps the contents clean and maintains their sterility until the kit is opened for use.

Surgical Drapes and Gowns:

Non-Woven Fabric: Surgical drapes and gowns are often made from non-woven fabric materials, such as spunbond polypropylene or SMS (spunbond-meltblown-spunbond) for their fluid-resistant properties.

Polyethylene Film: Some drapes and gowns may incorporate a polyethylene film layer to provide an additional barrier against fluids.

Surgical Instruments:

Stainless Steel: Surgical instruments, including forceps, scissors, needle holders, and retractors, are typically made from high-quality stainless steel for durability and corrosion resistance.

Titanium or Other Alloys: In some cases, surgical instruments may be made from titanium or specialized alloys to reduce weight and enhance strength.


Absorbable and Non-Absorbable: Sutures used in surgical kits can be made from various materials, such as polyglycolic acid (PGA), polyglactin (e.g., Vicryl), nylon, or silk. The choice depends on the intended use and the surgeon's preference.

Sterile Packaging: Sutures are individually packaged in sterile envelopes to maintain their sterility.

Dressing Materials:

Gauze Pads: Sterile gauze pads made from cotton or cotton-blend materials may be included for wound dressings and cleaning.

Adhesive Dressings: Sterile adhesive dressings, often made of non-woven fabric or transparent film, may be included for covering and securing incisions.

Disposable Syringes and Needles:

Plastic Syringes: Disposable plastic syringes are often included in kits for drawing and administering medications or fluids.

Sterile Needles: Sterile needles are packaged separately and may be included for various injection or aspiration purposes.

Drainage Devices:

Silicone or PVC: Drainage tubes and catheters may be made from silicone or PVC materials, depending on the intended use.

Collection Bags: Sterile collection bags for drainage may be included in kits for specific procedures.

Wound Closure Materials:

Skin Staplers: Some kits may include sterile skin staplers for wound closure.

Skin Adhesive: Sterile skin adhesive materials, often cyanoacrylate-based, may be included as an alternative to sutures.


Latex, Nitrile, or Neoprene: Surgical gloves, made from latex, nitrile, or neoprene, are included to provide hand protection and maintain aseptic conditions.

Label or Identification Tags: Some kits may contain sterile labels or tags for identifying specimens or surgical instruments during the procedure.

Instructions: Many surgical kits include instructions or guidelines for proper instrument usage and aseptic techniques.


Applications of Disposable Sterile Surgical Kit

General Surgery
General Surgery

General Surgery (Appendectomy, Cholecystectomy, Hernia Repair, Gastrointestinal Procedures), Gastrointestinal Procedures (Total Joint Replacement, Fracture Repair, Spinal Surgery), Cardiovascular Surgery (Cardiac Bypass, Heart Valve Replacement, Vascular Surgery), Obstetrics and Gynecology (OB-GYN) (Cesarean Section, Hysterectomy, Tubal Ligation), Ophthalmic Surgery (Cataract Surgery, Glaucoma Surgery, Vitrectomy), Urology (Prostatectomy, Nephrectomy, Bladder Surgery), Neurosurgery (Craniotomy, Spinal Cord Surgery), ENT (Ear, Nose, and Throat) Surgery (Tonsillectomy, Sinus Surgery, Ear Surgery), Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (Breast Reconstruction, Facial Rejuvenation, Skin Grafting), Dental Surgery (Oral Surgery), Pediatric Surgery, Emergency Surgery.

In the Operation
In the Operation

Scope of application: our sterile surgical pack is mainly used in the operation, which saves the doctor's preparation time before the operation, so that the treatment can be quickly performed and more time is obtained for the operation.


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Disposable Sterile Surgical Kit
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