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|Properties:||Minimal Invasive Use||Application:||Bariatricsurgery|
|Stapler Length:||Short, Standard, Longated||Staple Height:||4.8,3.8,2.5|
|Suturing Thickness:||2mm,1.5mm,1mm||Sterilization:||Gamma Or EO|
|Color Code:||White, Purple, Black,gold, Blue, Green||Storage:||Normal|
minimally invasive surgical linear stapler,
elongated surgical linear stapler,
endo elongated linear stapler
endo gia stapler and reloads/ endoscopic stapler and reloads endoscopic cutting stapler
1. Clinical Back Ground
A stapler is a mechanical device, the word "stapler" can actually refer to a number of different devices of varying uses. In addition to joining paper sheets together, staplers can also be used in a surgical setting to join tissue together with surgical staples to close a surgical wound (much in the same way as sutures). Staplers were originally developed to address the perceived problem of patency (security against stenosis or occlusion of the lumen) and tightness (security against leaks of blood or bowel contents) as well as easiness and quickness in performing the anastomosis. Leaks from poor suturing of bowel anastomoses was at that time[when?] a significant cause of post-surgical mortality. More recent studies have shown that with current suturing techniques there is no significant difference in outcome between hand sutured and mechanical anastomoses, but mechanical anastomoses are significantly quicker to perform. The technique was pioneered by a Hungarian surgeon, Humor Hultl, known as the "father of surgical stapling". Hultl's prototype stapler of 1908 weighed eight pounds (3.6 kg), and required two hours to assemble and load. Many hours were spent trying to achieve a consistent staple line and reliably patent anastomoses. The early instruments, by developers including Hultl, von Petz, Friedrich and Nakayama, were complex and cumbersome to use.
2.1 Severe mucosal edema
2.2 Do not use the instrument on any tissue that compresses easily to below 1.0mm. In this case it would not be fully tightened to ensure hemostasis
2.3 Do not use the stapler if the diameter of component is larger than the lumen organ’s, or else may lead to suture mouth shrink or straitness.
2.4 Do not use the stapler if there is not enough tissue allow to be overturned to make the staples suture tightly.
The single packaging of Disposable endo cutter stapler adopts blister packing, the middle packaging a box and the outside packing is a corrugated carton.
4. General medical instruments code
UMDNS-Code: 【16-771】 GMDN-Code: 【P59871】
5. Product Classification:
Class Ⅱb by Rule 8 Annex Ⅸ of MDD 93/42/EEC(2007/47/EC).
|Model No.||Shaft Length||Compatible Reload||Usage|
|QLCE-II||160||30-2.5/3.8/4.8 45-2.5/3.8/4.8 60-2.5/3.8/4.8 30-W/P/K 45-W/P/K 60-W/P/K||Endoscope Operation in abdominal, gynecologic,pediatric and thoracic surgery for resection, transection and creation of anstomosis.|
|Model No.||Color||Nail Height (mm)||Suture length (mm)||Suturing Thickness (mm)||Usage|
|Articulating Stapler Reload|
1. Q:Are you a factory or trading company?
A: We are a factory, we have rich experience for manufacturing Medical Device more than 10 years.
2.Q:Where is your factory located? How can i visit there?
A: Our factory is located in Jiaxing city, Zhejiang Province, China.
It is about more than 1 hours from Shanghai.
2. 3.Q:Can you make samples?
A: Yes, we can make samples for you.
4.Q:How does your factory do as quality control?
A: Quality is the lift of our factory. We have inspector in different post, and there are three inspectors before packing to get best quality products.
5.Q: How is your post market service ?
A: If any damaged rings in the course of carriage, with the checking it's our mistake, we will take full responsibility to compensate the customers.
6.Q:Can you do OEM for us?
A: Certainly. We also can build the moulding for our new customer.
7.Q:Does the price include freight?
A:No, please choose the express service provider or negotiate with us.
Contact Person: Jerry Meng