Match the surgical drapes with the correct statement.
1. Incise drapes: A sterile adhesive-backed sheet that is placed over the incision site to create a sterile barrier.
2. Impervious drapes: A waterproof and fluid-resistant drape used in surgeries where there is a potential for contamination or fluid transfer.
3. Fenestrated drapes: A sterile sheet with a hole or fenestration cut out to allow surgical access to the site while maintaining sterility.
4. Split drapes: Allows access to different areas of the surgical site without compromising the sterile field.
5. U-drapes: A drape that is shaped like a "U" and is used to isolate the surgical site while allowing access to other parts of the body.
6. Extremity drapes: A drape used to cover an arm or leg, often with a split or fenestration to allow surgical access.
7. Ophthalmic drapes: A transparent drape used in eye surgeries to provide a sterile field while allowing visualization of the surgical site.
8. Orthopedic drapes: A drape designed for use in orthopedic surgeries, often with additional reinforcement to manage fluid transfer.
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