Suction Set (Poole Abdominal Drain)
The suction set is a small, tube-like device that is inserted into the abdomen through a small incision. It is used to drain excess fluid from the abdomen and to help prevent the build-up of scar tissue. The suction set is usually left in place for about four weeks.
Tube length: 1.8m
The suction set is a device that helps to remove excess fluid from the abdomen. It is placed under the skin and connected to a drainage tube. The suction set helps to keep the abdomen from becoming too full and prevents fluid from building up in the tissues.
A suction set is a device that is inserted into the abdomen to remove fluids. It consists of a tube that is inserted through a small incision in the skin and a suction pump that is used to remove the fluids. The suction set is usually inserted after surgery to remove excess fluid from the abdomen.
A suction set, also known as a Poole abdominal drain, is a type of medical device used to remove fluids from the body. It consists of a tube that is inserted into the body through a small incision, and a suction pump that draws the fluid out. The suction set is typically used after surgery or during a medical procedure to remove excess blood or fluid from the body.
A suction set is a device that is placed over an abdominal wound to help drain fluid from the area. It consists of a tube that is connected to a suction machine. The machine helps to create negative pressure, which pulls the fluid through the tube and into a container. This helps to prevent infection and allows the wound to heal properly.