One of the varieties of hand powered suction systems is a toothbrush which is meant to remove bacteria, saliva, dental plaque, fluids, food debris in order to reduce chronic halitosis, bacterial infection and aspiration hazard, both in the case of critical care and recovering. The device may be used with a suction unit attached to the wall or with a portable suction system.
Hand powered suction systems are portable aspirators and hygiene aid for oral cavity. They are designed for people having swallowing difficulties, stroke and respiratory disabilities. Such hand powered suction systems are able to provide you with the suction of hospital level, without using electricity or batteries. They can be easily employed for oral suctioning and other cases when the suction is required.
The handle of the devices contains two compressions, creating suction power of more than 400 mmHg. They can even achieve the level of 550 mmHg. Hand powered suction systems consist of several parts. They are: a suction pump handle, which can be reused, and different configurations of disposable canister and tube.
Wound drainage and suction products are of paramount importance in the health-care sphere. The products are available in a great number of cost-effective options, such as sterile kits, custom kits and modules for surgical procedures.
The aim of hand powered suction systems is to help people stay competitive in the modern world of health-care. There are whole families of products, which are able to satisfy the needs of your facility and regulate the cost of business doing.
Manufacturers offer suction systems of several types with a diversity of canister sizes, hardware and accessories to meet different suction needs.
One of the most popular systems is the CRD system (Collection, Retention, Disposal). It is designed for economy, safety and convenience. The liners of the system are very easy to use. The lid possesses an automatized shut-off valve protecting the vacuum system. You may also reuse outer canisters. The liners may be available either separately or together with non-sterile tubing.
Sometimes liners may contain a one-way valve attached into the inner lid in order to prevent fluid or backflow.
Some suction systems include plastic containers and attached lids. Convenient mounting and mobility are provided by special stands ad brackets. The automatized shut-off valve is situated inside the lid in order to avoid cross contamination of vacuum outlets and the regulators. In order to avoid impeded flow and kinking the adapters are attached at right angles. The shut-off lid ensures proper arrangement of infectious liquid and increases safe work. The lid also includes orthopedic ports and accessory.
Most of suction connectors and tubing are cost-effective and highly reliable for various surgical suction situations. Their handles should be designed for providing visibility and optimal control with minimal trauma of tissue.
Other systemsworth mentioning are laparoscopic irrigation/suction systems, which possess a good performance of trumpet valv; colored buttons on the valve, helping to differentiate between irrigation and suction; and fingertip control used for fluid flow.