REDUCER 10,0MM-5,5MM

The Reducer 10.0mm-5.5mm is a medical instrument used in surgical procedures, particularly those involving trocars and cannulas.

  1. Purpose: The Reducer is designed to adapt a larger diameter instrument or trocar to a smaller diameter cannula. In the case of the Reducer 10.0mm-5.5mm, it serves to reduce the diameter from 10.0mm to 5.5mm.
  2. Size: The Reducer is specifically sized to fit over the larger instrument or trocar with a diameter of 10.0mm and to fit into the smaller cannula with a diameter of 5.5mm.
  3. Design: The Reducer typically consists of a cylindrical or conical-shaped component with one end having an inner diameter of 10.0mm and the other end having an outer diameter of 5.5mm. This design allows for a smooth transition between the larger instrument and the smaller cannula, ensuring a secure and leak-proof connection.
  4. Material: Reducers are commonly made of durable and biocompatible materials such as plastic, silicone, or rubber. These materials provide flexibility and resilience while ensuring a secure fit between the instrument, the reducer, and the cannula.
  5. Usage: The Reducer is used in surgical procedures where a smaller cannula is required to be used with a larger instrument or trocar. Surgeons attach the Reducer to the larger instrument or trocar before inserting it into the smaller cannula. The Reducer ensures a proper fit and seals any gaps, preventing gas or fluid leakage during the procedure.
  6. Sterilization: Like other surgical instruments, Reducers undergo thorough sterilization before each use to prevent infection and ensure patient safety. Sterilization methods may include autoclaving, chemical disinfection, or ethylene oxide gas sterilization.

Description

The Reducer 10.0mm-5.5mm is a medical instrument used in surgical procedures, particularly those involving trocars and cannulas.

  1. Purpose: The Reducer is designed to adapt a larger diameter instrument or trocar to a smaller diameter cannula. In the case of the Reducer 10.0mm-5.5mm, it serves to reduce the diameter from 10.0mm to 5.5mm.
  2. Size: The Reducer is specifically sized to fit over the larger instrument or trocar with a diameter of 10.0mm and to fit into the smaller cannula with a diameter of 5.5mm.
  3. Design: The Reducer typically consists of a cylindrical or conical-shaped component with one end having an inner diameter of 10.0mm and the other end having an outer diameter of 5.5mm. This design allows for a smooth transition between the larger instrument and the smaller cannula, ensuring a secure and leak-proof connection.
  4. Material: Reducers are commonly made of durable and biocompatible materials such as plastic, silicone, or rubber. These materials provide flexibility and resilience while ensuring a secure fit between the instrument, the reducer, and the cannula.
  5. Usage: The Reducer is used in surgical procedures where a smaller cannula is required to be used with a larger instrument or trocar. Surgeons attach the Reducer to the larger instrument or trocar before inserting it into the smaller cannula. The Reducer ensures a proper fit and seals any gaps, preventing gas or fluid leakage during the procedure.
  6. Sterilization: Like other surgical instruments, Reducers undergo thorough sterilization before each use to prevent infection and ensure patient safety. Sterilization methods may include autoclaving, chemical disinfection, or ethylene oxide gas sterilization.

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