A Brief Introduction of the Suture Practice Tools & Pads

doctor wearing gloves and holding forceps and tweezer practicing on regular suture pad

A Brief Introduction of the Suture Practice Tools & Pads

Suture Practice Tools:

Hegar Needle Driver
Iris Scissors
Scalpel Blade Handle

Adson Forceps: Forceps toothed at the tip used for handling dense tissue, such as in skin closures Suture Practice Tools.
Mosquito Forceps: Mosquitos play an important role in paediatric surgery. A small, straight, or curved haemostatic forceps used to hold delicate tissue or compress a bleeding vessel.
Nylon Monofilament & Polypropylene Monofilament: Monofilament or invisible thread is a good choice for many quilting projects. Monofilament thread typically comes in transparent smoke and clear colours. Since it’s shiny, like a thin fishing line, the smoke is best against dark colours.

Silk braided & Polyester braided: Braided sutures consist of several small threads braided together. This can lead to better security, but at the cost of the increased potential for infection.

Mini suture pad with 19 Pre-Cut Wounds: Apart from the usual straight and curve cut line, the suture pad provides S shape, T shape, Y shape wounds, which simulate the wounds we can see.

Upgraded Large 3-Layer Suture Pad with 14 Pre-Cut Wounds: In addition, This suture pad is with 3 layers design, simulating human beings’ skin, subcutaneous, muscle. The pad consists of different size pre-cut wounds design for elementary suture skill training. Users can gain experience & proficiency while doing suturing practice on the pad.

Self-Made Incision Suture Pad: Uncut surface, no fixed wound design, you can design the shape of the wound at will, practice the suture method better, and react quickly to different wounds.

Silicone Laparoscopic Suture Simulation Pad: Features a realistic texture and 12 different types of common cuts and lacerations, irregular wounds.

Suture Pad with Anti-Slip Curved Base: Firstly, The silicone pad is affected by the tension provided by the curved base, and the wound can simulate a real opening state. In addition, Under the action of gravity and resistance, the product has strong adhesion. It won’t move randomly when stitching needles in and out.

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