Surgical Cap Tie Back
Surgical caps are an important element of a surgeon or nurse’s surgical scrubs and are considered to be a necessary piece of personal protective clothing. They are put on in the scrub room before entering the operating theatre and then later removed in the scrub room, as well. Surgical caps serve to prevent contamination of the operating field from microorganisms that originate in the personnel’s hair or scalps. In order to fulfill this purpose, it is important for the surgical cap to cover the entirety of the user’s hair.
Not only do surgical scrub caps protect the patient, but they also prevent the operating team from being contaminated by potentially infectious substances.