Surgical Stapler Classification

The stapler is the second category, and stapler nails are the third category of instruments. Different types of surgical staplers: reusable and single-use Esophageal and intestinal stapler are abdominal surgical instruments, vascular stapler is thoracic cardiovascular surgical instruments, titanium nails are non-toxic, histo-compatible, non-exclusionary chemically stable high strength, tensile resistance, soft and tough.

The surgical linear stapler allows the tissue to be sutured in a straight line. The tissues are placed between the staple magazine and the staple drill, a positioning needle is placed, the thickness of the tissues is predetermined according to the thickness of the tissues, the firing handle is triggered, the staple driver inserts two rows of staples into the tissues and bends them into a "B" shape, before releasing the sutures, the excess tissues and the organs expected to be removed must be removed along the edge of the sutures' osprey mouth, and the broken ends are disinfected with iodine, then the sutures are released and removed. Although, the straight-line Stapler only one function, but more widely used, mainly for the bronchial tube, esophagus, stomach, duodenum, intestine, blood vessels, and other stump closure.

Surgical skin stapler: It can suture longer skin incisions with easy operation, high speed, light tissue reaction, and beautiful healing. The skin stapler is used for long sutures in general surgery, orthopedics, obstetrics and gynecology, burns, emergency medicine, cardiothoracic surgery, neurosurgery, and other surgical departments. The wounds are sutured with epidermal sutures or skin grafts. Island stapling has the advantage of being quick and easy, and all skin incisions are grade A healed.

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