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A: The surgical blades are made of either carbon steel or stainless steel, depending on the specific product. Carbon steel blades come with a protective VCI (Volatile Corrosion Inhibitor) liner.
A: Each surgical blade is individually packed in a peel-apart foil pouch. This packaging ensures that each blade remains protected and prevents the edges from getting damaged when in contact with another blade.
A: The surgical blades are intended for tissue separation and other procedures that require a sharp blade for puncturing or cutting.
A: Yes, some precautions should be followed:
The surgical blades should only be used by surgeons who are trained and qualified in the appropriate skills.
Do not use the product or pouch if they appear to be damaged.
The blades are for single-patient use only and are supplied sterile.
During use, avoid twisting, bending, or applying excessive force or strain on the blade to prevent breakage.
A: It is recommended to peel apart the foil pouch halfway in a sterile area, exposing the blade. The blade can then be used with Fitment# 3 and Fitment# 4 handles conforming to EN ISO 27740. The blade can either be directly fitted onto a metal handle by sliding the handle into the slot on the blade before removing it from the pouch, or it can be removed from the pouch using forceps and then fitted onto the handle.
A: The surgical blades should be stored away from direct sunlight and rain, in a temperature range of 5°C to 30°C. It is important to keep them in a cool and dry place and away from the reach of children.
A: Proper care must be taken during disposal to avoid any contact or injury due to the sharp nature of the blades. It is recommended to dispose of them in an approved sharps container, following the appropriate guidelines and regulations.
A: Yes, there is a warning that the blades are extremely sharp and should be handled with care. Used sharps are considered contaminated, and there is a risk of disease transmission from injuries. It is important to refer to guidelines from organizations such as AORN, CDC, OSHA, or other local standards setting organizations for handling and disposal procedures of sharps.
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