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Fr. System de Drainage de Plaie
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Ital. Sistema per il drenaggio delle ferite
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SeromaCath® Wound Drainage System is the first system specifically designed and clinically proven to effectively treat post-operative seromas following mastectomy, axillary dissection, groin dissection, latissimus dorsi flap, TRAM flap, liposuction, abdominoplasty, breast implants, and other procedures.

Catheters

Greer Medical, Inc. has developed three SeromaCath® catheters for treating post-operative seromas.

SeromaCath® #1002 is a 2-in. (5-cm), 14G Teflon® catheter/stylet needle/plug with six side holes and a connecting drainage tube for a bulb suction reservoir. (instructions for use)

SeromaCath® #1035 is a 3.5-in. (8.9-cm), 14G Teflon® catheter/stylet needle/plug with six side holes and a connecting drainage tube for a bulb suction reservoir. (instructions for use)

SeromaCath® #1275 is a 2-in. (5-cm), 14G Teflon® catheter/stylet needle/plug with two side holes, a 2.75-in. (7-cm) 17G blunt metal catheter with two side holes, and a connecting drainage tube for a bulb suction reservoir. (instructions for use)

 

 

 

Indications

The SeromaCath® Wound Drainage System is the first and only patented system designed and clinically proven to effectively treat post-operative seromas following mastectomy, axillary dissection, groin dissection, latissimus dorsi flap, TRAM flap, liposuction, abdominoplasty, breast implants, and other procedures.

Instructions for use of SeromaCath® #1002 and SeromaCath® #1035: (PDF download coming soon)

1. Using aseptic technique, insert the catheter/stylet needle/plug into the dependent portion of the seroma. Be sure all drainage holes are in the seroma. Do not remove stylet needle/plug.

2. Secure the catheter to the skin with sutures.
3. Remove stylet needle/plug from catheter and connect the male luer lock end of the drainage tube to the catheter.

4. Insert the open end of the drainage tube over the inlet port (A) of the bulb suction reservoir. Activate the suction reservoir by compressing the reservoir body completely. With the reservoir collapsed, insert the drainage plug (B) into the pour spout (C) as far as possible and release the reservoir.

 

 

WARNING: All catheter holes must be located in the wound site and an airtight seal achieved at the catheter exit. Be careful not to kink the catheter at the exit site.

Caution: Federal law (USA) restricts this device to sale by or on the order of a physician.

European (EU) Authorized Representative:
EMERGO EUROPE
Molenstraat 15
2513 BH, The Hague
The Netherlands
Tel: +31-70-345-8570

 

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