incision cut through the skin during surgery is called a surgical
wound. Surgical wounds vary in size. Closing the wound quickly and
safely is made more efficient when the surgeon can self-dispense and
self-secure needles with the use
of the barrier kit.
in Closing Surgical Wounds
who are stuck by suture needles during closing not only endanger
themselves and assistants, but they also endanger the patient.
Challenges accompanying suturing include:
Being stuck with a contaminated needle
Turn-around time for the operating room
Continuity of the procedure
addressing each of these challenges means allowing:
The surgeon to self-dispense needles
The surgeon to self-secure needles
The surgeon not to pass contaminated sutures
The surgeon to not depend on any assistance
surgeon becomes autonomous when it is time to close a surgical wound
by use of a simple barrier kit composed of the following:
A forearm barrier sleeve that is puncture resistant, lightweight,
Mounts on the sleeve allow attaching suture scissors. needle
drivers, or other tools needed by the surgeon
Hook and loop attachment for easy access of the suture needles
Unnecessarily having to look away from the surgical site by the
kit creates a safer and quicker method for surgeons to perform
closings and improve workflow.
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