In medicine, devices are sometimes necessary to create suction. Suction may be used to clear the airway of blood, saliva, vomit, or other secretions so that a patient may breathe. Suctioning can prevent pulmonary aspiration, which can lead to lung infections. In pulmonary hygiene, suction is used to remove fluids from the airways, to facilitate breathing and prevent the growth of microorganisms. Small suction-providing devices are often called aspirators. In surgery, suction can be used to remove blood from the area being operated on to allow surgeons to view and work on the area. Suction may also be used to remove blood that has built up within the skull after an intracranial haemorrhage.
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The Medical Suction Machine is an essential rescue instrument. It is used to remove blood, exudate, pus, and contents of thoracic organs during surgery. It is a standing equipment for emergency room, operating room, ward monitoring and home care. When sucking thick sputum, it can keep the airway unobstructed and prevent the occurrence of complications such as aspiration pneumonia, atelectasis, and asphyxia. Reduce the chance of contamination, remove blood or fluid in surgical operations, and hold the broken end of ruptured blood vessels.
Surgical aspirators consist of a line-powered vacuum pump, a vacuum regulator and gauge, a collection canister, and an optional bacterial filter. Plastic tubing connects the components to draw the fluid into the collection cannister. Contact us for more info of suction apparatus types.
Suction machines or aspirators are tracheostomy-care devices used for removing obstructions from a person's airway. The machine uses suction to pull out mucus, saliva, blood, secretions or other fluids clearing the airway for easy breathing.
Suctioning is a method of removing mucous from the lungs. People with a spinal cord and/or brain injury may have problems breathing due to congestion. The muscles that help with breathing and coughing may not work well. Suctioning will help keep the airway clear.
Yes, it can be used with a patient that has a tracheal tube.