TROCAR STOP WITH THREAD 5,0MM

The Trocar Stop with Thread is a medical instrument commonly used in surgical procedures, particularly those involving trocars. Trocars are sharp-pointed instruments used to puncture the body wall for the insertion of surgical instruments or drainage tubes. The Trocar Stop serves as a safety mechanism to prevent excessive insertion of the trocar into the body cavity.

  1. Size: The Trocar Stop is designed to fit a specific trocar size. The “5.0mm” or “5.5mm” measurement refers to the diameter of the trocar for which the stop is intended.
  2. Design: The Trocar Stop typically consists of a cylindrical or disk-shaped component with a central hole. The hole is threaded to allow the attachment of the trocar. The stop is placed on the trocar shaft, and the threaded portion engages with the trocar threads, preventing further insertion once the desired depth is reached. It acts as a physical barrier to limit the penetration depth of the trocar, reducing the risk of injury to internal organs or structures.
  3. Material: Trocar Stops are commonly made of durable materials such as plastic, rubber, or silicone. These materials provide flexibility and resilience while ensuring a secure fit on the trocar shaft.
  4. Usage: The Trocar Stop is used in various surgical procedures that require the use of trocars, including laparoscopic surgeries, thoracic surgeries, and other minimally invasive procedures. Surgeons attach the Trocar Stop to the trocar shaft before insertion. Once the trocar reaches the desired depth, the stop prevents further advancement, ensuring that the trocar tip does not penetrate too deeply and potentially damage internal organs.
  5. Sterilization: Like other surgical instruments, Trocar Stops 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 Trocar Stop with Thread is a medical instrument commonly used in surgical procedures, particularly those involving trocars. Trocars are sharp-pointed instruments used to puncture the body wall for the insertion of surgical instruments or drainage tubes. The Trocar Stop serves as a safety mechanism to prevent excessive insertion of the trocar into the body cavity.

  1. Size: The Trocar Stop is designed to fit a specific trocar size. The “5.0mm” or “5.5mm” measurement refers to the diameter of the trocar for which the stop is intended.
  2. Design: The Trocar Stop typically consists of a cylindrical or disk-shaped component with a central hole. The hole is threaded to allow the attachment of the trocar. The stop is placed on the trocar shaft, and the threaded portion engages with the trocar threads, preventing further insertion once the desired depth is reached. It acts as a physical barrier to limit the penetration depth of the trocar, reducing the risk of injury to internal organs or structures.
  3. Material: Trocar Stops are commonly made of durable materials such as plastic, rubber, or silicone. These materials provide flexibility and resilience while ensuring a secure fit on the trocar shaft.
  4. Usage: The Trocar Stop is used in various surgical procedures that require the use of trocars, including laparoscopic surgeries, thoracic surgeries, and other minimally invasive procedures. Surgeons attach the Trocar Stop to the trocar shaft before insertion. Once the trocar reaches the desired depth, the stop prevents further advancement, ensuring that the trocar tip does not penetrate too deeply and potentially damage internal organs.
  5. Sterilization: Like other surgical instruments, Trocar Stops 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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