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Lecture notes for diploma students (Animal Science)

Surgical instruments

  1. 1. འབྲུག་རྒྱལ་འཛིན་གཙུག་ལག་སློབ་སྡེ། རང་འབྱུང་འཐློན་བསྡེད་མཐློ་རིམ་སློབ་ྲྭ། སྤུ་ན་ཁ་རློང་ཁག། ལློད་སྦུད་ས། དློག་ཏྲར་་་འཇིགས་འབྡེལ་རློ་རྡེ། རང་འབྱུང་འཐློན་བསྡེད་མཐློ་རིམ་སློབ་ྲྭ། སྤུ་ན་ཁ་རློང་ཁག། ལློད་སྦུད་ས། 10/31/2017Surgical Instrument 1
  2. 2. Surgical Instrument: Instrument used during surgical Procedures General Surgical Instrument  These tools are used for  Holding  Pulling  Clamping  Cutting  Crushing  Closing a wound 10/31/2017Surgical Instrument 2
  3. 3. Terminology  Excision – removal of tissues by surgical cuts  Ecraseur – an instrument that permits excision by a crushing action  Incision – surgical cut made into a tissue of organ  Cannula – a tube that is inserted into a body cavity for drainage of fluid 10/31/2017Surgical Instrument 3
  4. 4. Scissors  Four different types  Utility  Suture  Surgical  Dissecting  Utility  Cut material that may dull the blade 10/31/2017Surgical Instrument 4
  5. 5.  Suture Cutting Scissors  Remove sutures  Type of utility 10/31/2017Surgical Instrument 5
  6. 6.  Operating  Surgical  Cut soft tissue  Different sizes  Blade can be straight, curved, blunt or pointed  Dissecting  Separate and differentiate tissues 10/31/2017Surgical Instrument 6
  7. 7. Forceps  Three Types  Thumb forceps  Clamping forceps  Needle holders  Look like tweezers 10/31/2017Surgical Instrument 7
  8. 8.  Thumb forceps  Used for  Grasping  Compressing  Pulling tissue 10/31/2017Surgical Instrument 8
  9. 9.  Clamping forceps  Hemostats  Control blood flow 10/31/2017Surgical Instrument 9
  10. 10.  Needle holders  Locking forceps  Similar to hemostats  Holds suture needles when installing stitches 10/31/2017Surgical Instrument 10
  11. 11. 10/31/2017Surgical Instrument 11 Bard Parker’s Handle
  12. 12. Scalpels  Very sharp knife  Handle and blade are packaged separately  Used to make surgical cuts called incisions  Different sizes and styles 10/31/2017Surgical Instrument 12
  13. 13. Syringe - Parts of syringe - Sizes of syringe Hypodermic needle - Parts of needle - Sizes of needle 10/31/2017Surgical Instrument 13
  14. 14. Towel Clamp -Keep the drapes in place -Minimizes contamination by exposing only incision site. 10/31/2017Surgical Instrument 14
  15. 15. Artery Forceps Prevent Hemorrhage from arteries 10/31/2017Surgical Instrument 15
  16. 16. Ally's forceps/tissue forceps  Holding tissues like skin, muscles etc. 10/31/2017Surgical Instrument 16 Babcock Tissue Forceps
  17. 17. Drapes Shroud Drapes and Shroud Aseptic surgery Minimizes contamination 10/31/2017Surgical Instrument 17
  18. 18. Needles -Placing sutures in the tissues. 10/31/2017Surgical Instrument 18
  19. 19. 10/31/2017Surgical Instrument 19
  20. 20. 10/31/2017Surgical Instrument 20 Thanks for your Attention
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    Aug. 11, 2018

Lecture notes for diploma students (Animal Science)

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