SINGLE-USE SUSTER FOR CIRCCURER
Invented in 2009, it was inspired by the now famous end-to-end circular staplers commonly used in intestinal procedures. CircCurer ™ is a single-stage device that achieves excellent post-operative results both aesthetically and as an excellent time-saving device.
The created scars appear smooth compared to the more nodular appearance found in the suture method. An average of 7.7 minutes was achieved in a study conducted on 62 patients compared to longer times for traditional methods. Postoperative edema is also greatly reduced.
CircCurer™ complete hemostasis and separation in one pass by a simple device switch-on mechanism. A noticeable reduction in pain makes not only the overall patient experience, but allows an easier change of dressings significantly reducing the risk of post-operative infections.
The device allows to perform a formal circumcision in outpatients, under local anesthesia and in extremely short times.
IN CASE OF:
infections in progress
Suspend the procedure
Perform a preliminary frenuloplasty
The housing of the device is not allowed and it is essential to carry out a preliminary "dorsal slit"
Spin out the adjustment knob, take out the bell-shaped balanusprotection pedestal.
Put the pedestal into foreskin, the bell hood on the glans and the bell edge on the coronal groove, the foreskin properly fixed on the rod.
Straining beam back into the center hole, revolve tightly to correct position. Insert the rod into the device center hole, revolve tightly to correct position.
Take off the safety buckle.
Press down the handle, trigger the device.
Revolve out the adjustment knob, gently remove the device and the cut foreskin. In case of a mall amount of bleeding may be appropriate pressure bandage, if a large number of bleeding can be sutured to stop bleeding.
Check for active bleeding and proceed with compressive dressing.
1. This product must be used by surgeons with experience in using the device and with full knowledge of its functionality;
2. The appropriate measurement of the device must be chosen prior to surgery according to the glans size using the dedicated meter;
3. The fall of the suture pins starts after a week and usually ends within a month. In rare cases it takes more time. The fall of the pins can be accelerated by treating the site of the intervention at least twice a day with an iodophoric substance for topical use (ie iodopovidone);
4. The device after use must be disposed of as medical waste.