Fixed Loop Instruments, Surgical, Cardiovascular Occlusion

Definition : Fixed loop instruments designed for temporary occlusion of large vascular and cardiac structures to control bleeding during surgical procedures (also known as cardiovascular tourniquets). These instruments typically consist of a manual hollow tube with a proximal handle and a detachable stylet placed inside. The stylet includes at the distal end an exposed loop used to temporarily occlude large vascular and/or cardiac structures. The instrument may be intended for handheld use or it may include a ratchet mechanism that permits attachment to the body, avoiding the need of manual holding during the procedure. Cardiovascular occlusion surgical fixed loop instruments are used in cardiothoracic surgery to avoid bleeding in procedures such as repair of heart valves and treating of large vessels after traumatic accidents.

Entry Terms : "Tourniquets, Surgical" , "Rumel Tourniquets" , "Ratchet Cardiovascular Tourniquets" , "Rumel-Belmont Tourniquets" , "Tourniquets, Cardiovascular"

UMDC code : 14075

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Afassco Inc

Company Type: Parent

AFASSCO was established in 1970 with one goal in mind - to maintain America's industrial and commercial work site as a safe and productive place. AFASSCO's founder and chairman, Don Schumaker, pioneered the safety and first aid kit route van service, an industry which has grown to $500 million in sales in the United States.

Boss Instruments Ltd

Company Type: Parent

BOSS Instruments, Ltd. is a surgical instrument company which concentrates on the manufacture and continual development of specialty lines of instruments in the following areas: Ear, Nose, and Throat, General Surgery, Laparoscopy, Neurosurgery, Obstetric/Gynecology, Ophthalmic, Orthopedic, Plastic, Table Mounted Retractors, Vascular/Cardiovascular, and Bariatric.

Frontier Medical Products Inc

Company Type: Parent

Frontier Medical Products was founded in Chicago, IL in 1979. With two employees, the company created one of the first disposable blood pressure cuffs and serviced hospitals in the local metro market.

Surge Cardiovascular

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