Cleaning, in preparation for surgery, combined with skin disinfection are two necessary steps for the initial reduction of surface bacteria. However, skin microorganisms are reduced but not eliminated, and can survive in microscopic folds of the skin. When complete and long-lasting asepsis is required, the Dermadine incise drape guarantees to maintain a sterile field, through its broad-spectrum antimicrobial activity on many microorganisms present on the skin. The adhesive contains slow-release iodine iodophors which ensure maximum sterility is achieved and sustained over time. It is also suitable for all types of surgical procedure. Therefore, Dermadine incise drapes should be used as a final step in preparing the surgical field.