PLESTER SUCTION TUBE 1.5 MM

  1. Function: The Plester suction tube is designed for aspirating small amounts of fluids, blood, or debris from the surgical site during procedures. It aids in maintaining a clear field of view for the surgeon, enabling precise manipulation and visualization of delicate tissues.
  2. Size: This particular suction tube has a diameter of 1.5 mm, making it extremely small and suitable for delicate procedures where fine suctioning is necessary. The small size allows for precise control over the suctioning process, minimizing trauma to surrounding tissues.
  3. Design: The suction tube features a slender, hollow shaft typically made of medical-grade stainless steel or flexible plastic. It may have a smooth, rounded tip for gentle insertion into the surgical site, reducing the risk of tissue trauma. The tube may also have multiple openings along its length to facilitate efficient suctioning.
  4. Length: The length of the suction tube may vary depending on the specific model and surgical application. Common lengths range from approximately 10 cm to 20 cm, providing adequate reach and maneuverability within the surgical field.
  5. Connector: The suction tube may include a standardized connector at one end, allowing it to be attached to a suction source such as a suction machine or vacuum system. This connector ensures a secure and airtight connection for effective suctioning.
  6. Usage: The Plester suction tube is commonly employed in delicate surgeries such as ophthalmic surgery, plastic surgery, microsurgery, and other procedures requiring precise suctioning of small amounts of fluids or debris. It is particularly valuable in procedures involving delicate tissues where maintaining optimal visualization is critical.
  7. Sterilization: Like all surgical instruments, the Plester suction tube must undergo thorough sterilization before each use to prevent infection and ensure patient safety. It is compatible with standard sterilization methods such as autoclaving, ethylene oxide (EtO) sterilization, or cold sterilization techniques.
  8. Cleaning: After each use, the suction tube should undergo comprehensive cleaning to remove any residual debris or biological material. Proper cleaning and maintenance help extend the lifespan of the instrument and ensure its effectiveness in subsequent procedures.

Description

  1. Function: The Plester suction tube is designed for aspirating small amounts of fluids, blood, or debris from the surgical site during procedures. It aids in maintaining a clear field of view for the surgeon, enabling precise manipulation and visualization of delicate tissues.
  2. Size: This particular suction tube has a diameter of 1.5 mm, making it extremely small and suitable for delicate procedures where fine suctioning is necessary. The small size allows for precise control over the suctioning process, minimizing trauma to surrounding tissues.
  3. Design: The suction tube features a slender, hollow shaft typically made of medical-grade stainless steel or flexible plastic. It may have a smooth, rounded tip for gentle insertion into the surgical site, reducing the risk of tissue trauma. The tube may also have multiple openings along its length to facilitate efficient suctioning.
  4. Length: The length of the suction tube may vary depending on the specific model and surgical application. Common lengths range from approximately 10 cm to 20 cm, providing adequate reach and maneuverability within the surgical field.
  5. Connector: The suction tube may include a standardized connector at one end, allowing it to be attached to a suction source such as a suction machine or vacuum system. This connector ensures a secure and airtight connection for effective suctioning.
  6. Usage: The Plester suction tube is commonly employed in delicate surgeries such as ophthalmic surgery, plastic surgery, microsurgery, and other procedures requiring precise suctioning of small amounts of fluids or debris. It is particularly valuable in procedures involving delicate tissues where maintaining optimal visualization is critical.
  7. Sterilization: Like all surgical instruments, the Plester suction tube must undergo thorough sterilization before each use to prevent infection and ensure patient safety. It is compatible with standard sterilization methods such as autoclaving, ethylene oxide (EtO) sterilization, or cold sterilization techniques.
  8. Cleaning: After each use, the suction tube should undergo comprehensive cleaning to remove any residual debris or biological material. Proper cleaning and maintenance help extend the lifespan of the instrument and ensure its effectiveness in subsequent procedures.

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