Cutting sutures requires skill and concentration along with the right tools. A small mistake can lead to serious injuries, thus there is absolutely no room for error. These Suture Removal scissors are just what you need for this task!
Order these “snip a stitch” scissors now! They are an important addition to your first aid kit – apt for both seasoned professionals and training purposes.
HOW TO TAKE CARE OF THE LITTAUER STITCH SCISSORS:
Careless handling and use may damage or dull the surface of the instrument, which can interfere with your task. To prevent damage, the instruments should be handled individually. They should be placed in the tray carefully and should not be jostled around while setting up for any surgical procedure. The scissors should not be tossed or dropped. To ensure safety, instruments should be sterilized and autoclaved before a surgical procedure. After the suture removal procedure, the scissors should be placed in a sterile solution to eradicate any infectious agents.
ATTRACTIVE LOOK – Secondly, The titanium-bonded, multicolor coating gives off a rainbow-colored vibe that is aesthetically appealing. More importantly, The colors vibrate magnificently when light falls on the stitch scissors. The kaleidoscope of shades makes it easy to locate this pair among the paraphernalia in your first aid kit. You won’t have to waste time looking for it, especially during emergencies!
GREAT FOR SUTURE REMOVAL – As mentioned, removing sutures is a painstaking job and must be done with the utmost precision. The hook is specifically to remove sutures with care. The time of suture removal depends upon the location and degree of tension the wound was close under. To remove sutures, one tail of the suture is to grasp with forceps and pulled gently towards one side of the wound, elevating the knot. The suture’s opposite side is to cut with these fine suture scissors immediately under the knot. There is no scope for error; thanks to these stitch scissors (suture scissors) – the process is now complete flawlessly.
STEADY GRIP – Most Importantly, Your hands can’t shake or fumble while removing sutures – your focus needs to be on-point, so there is no damage to the tissues surrounding the future, while the grip has to be steady too. The comfortable handle lets you get better control and provides stability when you pull out sutures.