Surgical site infections are a serious iatrogenesis caused by surgical fomites at large which should be culminated by finding proper solution . Prevention of hospital acquired cross infection within the hospital is of a top priority as it is widely known that clinical pathogens are mostly multidrug resistant and also with high virulent factor [2,3]. The infection is caused by the catheters used for a longer period in dialysis procedures and in some cases permanent catheters known as permcath when contaminated spread dreadful bacteremia and peritonitis [4-6]. Post operative keratosis caused by the microkeratome blade infections were proven by many workers [7,8]. Affirming non infective surgical sites by specially focussing on the infections caused by the surgical blades which resulted in 80% contamination as reported in a prospective study carried out in a surgical centers . Antifoul coating surgical blades with antibacterial substance would pave the way for the successful presurgical and post surgical management in mitigating the intricacies in surgical site recovery and precludes hospital acquired infections due to contaminated fomites .