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HIPEC Disposable Kit - Contents and why is it used by hospitals 0

HIPEC Disposable Kit: Contents and why is it used by hospitals

Hyperthermic Intraperitoneal Chemotherapy (HIPEC) is used to eliminate all cancer cells from the abdominal cavity via surgery and heated chemotherapy. To perform the procedure, medical establishments use a HIPEC disposable kit which contains the appropriate devices. The medical disposable product contains the following: 1 Heat Exchanger: This keeps the intraperitoneal fluid infused at 43-45°C so that the temperature of the fluid is maintained at 41-43°C 1 Procedure Pack: 1 Y-connection and 2 sumps 1...

Things to consider before buying surgical gloves online 0

Surgical disposable products: Maintenance and disposal tips

Surgical disposables are one of the commonly used supplies in medical establishments. Certain disposables are only meant for single use. But, the practice of reusing such disposables is gradually increasing. Mishandling surgical disposables can lead to the spread of infections among patients and the medical staff. Therefore, it is essential that healthcare centers adhere to strict guidelines before using surgical disposable products. Certain surgical equipment (especially laparoscopic and endoscopic) are quite difficult to clean....

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Types of catheters, its uses and complications

Types of catheters, its uses and complications Catheters are slim and flexible tubes which transport fluids in and out of the human body. There are two types of catheters, urinary and intravenous (IV). Both serve distinct purposes and have their own set of complications. Let’s take an in-depth look at each of them. Urinary catheters: If anyone has problems urinating or can’t control while urinating, this device is placed in the bladder to make...

St.Stone(Boston Ivy) Central Venous Catheter Single Lumen 0

St.Stone (Boston Ivy) Central Venous Catheter

St.Stone (Boston Ivy) Central Venous Catheter Single Lumen It is catheter placed into a large vein in the neck (internal jugular vein), chest (subclavian vein or axillary vein) or groin (femoral vein) .It is used to administer medication or fluids, obtain blood tests(specifically the “central venous oxygen saturation”), and measure central venous pressure. Kit Contents : • Central Venous Catheter (22Ga x 4cm) with Suture Wing • SS Guide wire with advancer (0.035”.J x...