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Abdominal Wall Suction Cup Units, Intraoperative

Definition : Devices designed to reduce pressure on a bariatric patient's abdomen created by his/her own anterior abdominal wall fat weight during surgical procedures. These units typically consist of a set (e.g., four) of suction cups that are attached to a frame located above the patient's abdomen and a vacuum pump that is connected through tubes to each cup to provide the necessary suction. Intraoperative abdominal wall suction cup units are intended to facilitate patient breathing and oxygenation during surgical procedures (e.g., cardiac catheterization, pacemaker implantation) that may be performed without mechanical ventilation.

Entry Terms : "Cups, Intraoperative Surgical Suction" , "Surgical Suction Intraoperative Cup Units"

UMDC code : 32799

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Haemonetics Corp

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Haemonetics founder Jack Latham had a vision to bring together a commitment to quality and customer service with innovation in building a company to produce blood fractionation devices.Our comprehensive portfolio of devices, information management, and consulting services offers blood management solutions for each facet of the blood supply chain — from plasma and blood collectors to hospitals.

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