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URINE COLLECTION BAG
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URINE COLLECTION BAG
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Urine drainage bags collect urine. Your bag will attach to a catheter (tube) that is inside your bladder. You may have a catheter and urine drainage bag because you have urinary incontinence (leakage), urinary retention (not being able to urinate), surgery that made a catheter necessary, or another health problem.
STERILE GAUZE SWAB
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STERILE GAUZE SWAB
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Gauze swabs are a useful utility product in a kit can be used for padding, protection,blood spill,wound dressing,applying antiseptic and much more. Any application to an open wound you should use the packs of 5 sterile swabs rather than the pack of 100 non sterile.
COTTON WOOL BALL
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COTTON WOOL BALL
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Cotton Wool Balls and Rolls of Cotton Wool are usually used for cleaning wounds and for padding and protection, not really for applying onto open wounds as the free fibres can break away and stay in the wound.
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The Intravenous Route Is the Fastest Way to Deliver Medications and Fluid Replacement Throughout the Body, Because the Circulation Carries Them. Intravenous Therapy May Be Used for Fluid Replacement (Such as Correcting Dehydration), to Correct Electrolyte Imbalances, to Deliver Medications, and for Blood Transfusions.
NYLON SUTURE
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NYLON SUTURE
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Non-absorbable sutures are made of special silk or the synthetics polypropylene, polyester or nylon. Stainless steel wires are commonly used in orthopedic surgery and for sternal closure in cardiac surgery.
ALL SUPPORT BELT
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ALL SUPPORT BELT
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SUPPORT BELT WITH BEST QUALITY ON TIME DELIVERY WITH BEST PRICE OFFER
SILICONE CATHETER
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SILICONE CATHETER
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A silicone Foley catheter can be left in the bladder for 6-8 weeks, although many manufacturors will state that their brand catheter may be left upto three months.
SURGICAL CAP
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SURGICAL CAP
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The purpose of surgical gowns and other protective clothing is not only to keep bacteria from entering surgical wounds, but to also protect the surgical staff from bodily fluids, secretions or excretions like blood, urine, saline, or chemicals used and during surgical procedures.
SURGICAL FACE MASK
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SURGICAL FACE MASK
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There are two sides of the surgical mask which are white and blue. The white side contains filter and if you have flu, it should be attached to your face so that the blue side faces out so as to prevent the germs from spreading outwards.


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