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Suction Pump Description
You will have to consider a number of things when you are renting your suction pumps. First, how will you be using them and for what types of procedures? Some of the models that are available are excellent for only some types of procedures, while others are multipurpose. You also need to think about how loud the suction is going to be. Many of the models on the market today are actually quieter than their predecessors were, but it is still something you will want to consider. When you are renting the device, some of the things that you will want to consider include the mobility, as well as the pump’s ease of use and the amount of power it can offer.
Features of suction pumps
Most of the pumps are very durable and long lasting, as they have a high quality pump and surgical grade attachments. Many of the pumps are electric, although you will find some out there that are pneumatic instead. The pumps have collection containers, and when renting, it may be a good idea to have several of these containers.
How suction pumps work
The suction pump will work similarly to a vacuum, albeit on a much smaller scale. The machine consists of a main component, which houses the actual pump, along with a hose, and a container to hold the fluid and other elements removed from the body. Many of the machines are relatively small and portable. Others might be on casters, so you can move them easily, and still others will be fixed and immovable. You have to bring the patient to them rather than the other way around.
About suction pumps
A suction pump can be very useful in a number of different areas of the medical field, such as surgery and dentistry. They serve to clear the way of the organic fluids and tissue that may compromise the operative field for the doctor. Suction is able to remove saliva, blood, vomit, and other secretions that would make it difficult to operate. There are many different types of pump at work today, including those specifically designed to drain wounds, as well as those used for liposuction.