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Surgical Suction Instruments
D&C Suction Set

Dilation and Curettage (D & C) Suction Set is single-use, cost-effective intra-uterine aspiration which is used after a spontaneous abortion or early miscarriage in order to ensure that no fetal tissue remains inside the uterus.

Semi-rigid plastic curette is commonly used and is less likely to damage the uterus than metal one. It features flexible and allow some scraping as well as sucking, and they are supplied in diameters from 4 to 12 mm so that less dilatation of the cervix is required.

Features

  • Made of high-quality medical grade plastic, offers optimal flexibility, strength and durability for uterine evacuation and curettage in voluntary pregnancy termination or following miscarriage.
  • Clear indicators on the curette gauge the depth of insertion.
  • Distal end of curette 2 hemispheric lateral eyes minimizes the risk of perforation.
  • Closed rounded tip near the tip for trauma free and comfortable insertion.
  • Curette can be connected directly to MTP syringe, manual vacuum aspiration syringe or aspiration tubing set for more practical use.
  • Universal connector fits to suction apparatus available on the market.
  • Centimeter markings and color-coded by size for easy differentiation and identification.
  • Visible placement indicators gauge proper insertion depth.
  • Firm, finely finished; wall thickness is uniform throughout ensures secure attachment to suction source without risk of tubing collapse.
  • Heavy duty, clear PVD tubing withstands high suction.
  • Integrated adapter and swivel handle in clear plastic, with suction control through a control valve that can be 360° rotating handle allows a complete evacuation of the uterine cavity and avoids tubing twisting.
  • Smooth sliding collar for simple and precise control of vacuum.
  • Available in 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 12 mm with or without adaptors to meet differing clinical needs.
  • Single-patient used for effective with low complication rates.