Hysterectomy Set Hysterectomy Surgical Instrument Set

Hysterectomy Set Hysterectomy Surgical Instrument Set

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Hysterectomy Set, Hysterectomy Surgical Instrument Set

  • Complete Range of 40 Instruments
  • Non-Glare Satin Finish
  • Germany Steel
  • Top Quality
  • Life Time Warranty

 

Laparoscopic Trainer box      laparoscopic trainer box         

5 in stock

GERATI Laparoscopic Endo Trainer, Laparoscopy Trainer box, Laparoscopic Trainer portable Type.

No Electricity Needed, Uses Smart Phone or Tablet.

Complete with Trainer board

Training Modules including Suturing & Knot Tying, Cutting & Dissecting, Thread passing, Bead Placement, Band walking and Peg Transfer.

Set of Training Instruments include: Laparoscopic Dissector, Laparoscopic Scissors, Laparoscopic Grasper and Laparoscopic Dissector.

Weight 8 kg
Dimensions 59 × 40 × 16 cm
Set

Complete with Instruments and Exercises

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Hysterectomy Set

Hysterectomy Set, Hysterectomy Surgical Instrument Set comprising:

  • 2 Foerster Sponge Forceps Straight 9-1/2″
  • 2 Allis Tissue Forceps 5×6 Teeth 9-1/2″
  • 2 Mixter Rt Angle Forceps
  • 2 Schnidt Curved Hemostat
  • 2 Heaney Needle Holders
  • 6 Heaney Clamps
  • 2 Heaney-Ballentine Clamps Str
  • 1 Heaney-Ballentine Clamps Curved
  • 8 Rochester-Ochsner Forceps Straight 8″
  • 4 Rochester-Ochsner Forceps Curved 8″
  • 1 Mayo Dissecting Scissors Curved 6-3/4″
  • 1 Metzenbaum Scissors Curved
  • 1 Russian Tissue Forceps
  • 1 DeBakey Tissue Forceps
  • 1 Scalpel Handle #3Lu
  • 1 Deaver Retractor 1″ x 9″
  • 1 Deaver Retractor 1″ x 12″
  • 1 Deaver Retractor 1-1/2″ x 12″
A hysterectomy is an operation to remove the uterus. This surgery may be done for different reasons, including:

Hysterectomy for noncancerous reasons is usually considered only after all other treatment approaches have been tried without success.

Types of Hysterectomy

Depending on the reason for the hysterectomy, a surgeon may choose to remove all or only part of the uterus. Patients and health care providers sometimes use these terms inexactly, so it is important to clarify if the cervix and/or ovaries are removed:

  • A supracervical or subtotal hysterectomy removes only the upper part of the uterus, keeping the cervix in place.
  • A total hysterectomy removes the whole uterus and cervix.
  • A radical hysterectomy removes the whole uterus, tissue on the sides of the uterus, the cervix, and the top part of the vagina. Radical hysterectomy is generally only done when cancer is present.

The surgeon may remove the ovaries — a procedure called oophorectomy — or may leave them in place. When the tubes are removed that procedure is called salpingectomy. When the entire uterus, both tubes, and both ovaries are removed, the entire procedure is called a hysterectomy and bilateral salpingectomy-oophorectomy.

Surgeons use different approaches for hysterectomy, depending on the surgeon’s experience, the reason for the hysterectomy, and the patient’s overall health. The hysterectomy technique will partly determine healing time and the kind of scar, if any, that remains after the operation.

There are two approaches to surgery: a traditional or open surgery and surgery using a minimally invasive procedure or MIP.

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