- THE ANGLED HEAD
- 316 L STAINLESS STEEL PINS WITH SHARP CUT EDGES
- CENTRE MARK FOR ALIGNMENT
- 35 WIDE PINS WITH TRANSPARENT HOUSING
- HARD BLISTER PACKAGING
MIRUS SKIN STAPLER
Mirus: The symbol of Excellence which ensures superior surgical outcomes
Surgery is a medical specialty that uses operative manual and instrumental techniques on a person to investigate or treat a pathological condition such as a disease or injury, to help improve bodily function or appearance or to repair unwanted ruptured areas.
Wound closure is final step of surgical procedure. Wound closure involves the closing of Skin at the end of surgical intervention. Wound length may vary according to the surgery. There are three main layers of the skin.
Epidermis is the top layer of the skin, the part of the skin you see. Dermis is the second layer of skin. It's much thicker and does a lot for your body. Subcutaneous fat is the bottom layer.
Skin Stapler is used to close epidermis layers.
MIRUS Skin stapler is a sterile single patient use, mechanical instrument designed to deliver precise rectangular shape stainless steel staple for routine wound closure, it is typically used at end of surgical procedure. It has 35 pins which is Medical grade 316L Stainless steel and forms precise rectangular shape staple formation. Stapler has wider crown length and increased leg length which gives outstanding performance across wider skin wounds.
The handle design is characterized by good texture for a user-friendly experience. It has larger diameter wire, greater width, and extra staple height leading to a secure wound closure. Outstanding performance across wider skin wounds
MIRUS Skin Stapler is USFDA approved and CE marked which gives the surety of consistent quality and standard.
Advantages of MIRUS Skin Stapler
Skin Stapler has multiple many advantages over suture for wound closure such as:
- Saves Time for wound closure
- Easy to use for nurses and doctors
- Lesser Trauma to the patients
- Easy extraction of Staple pins from patients
- Better cosmetic effect
Superiors Stainless 316L Staple pins which is inert material and non corrosive that is suitable for surgical implants
Rectangular shape staple formation which gives the benefit of no tissue drag and gives optimum closure
Has ergonomic design which provides benefit of easy operation
Clear plastic cartridge provide clear visibility of staple pins
Longer leg length provides benefit of easy staple extraction from patients
Increase staple crown gives provides wound closure flexibility
Skin Stapler is indented to be used single time only. If it is used multiple times it may lead to cross contamination / Infection, Hence it is single patient disposable skin Stapler. It is typically used at the end of a surgical procedure for routine wound closure.
368- Instrument use
Direction for Use:
Approximate the tissue with the help of forceps. Two forceps may be used to grasp equal portions of tissue on either side of the wound. The forceps are pulled together until the tissue edges are apposed and everted. Hold forceps jaws close to the surgical stapler jaws for most controllable results. For tighter staple, grasp and present more tissue on each edge with forceps. One forceps may be used to approximate the tissue by grasping a substantial ridge of centered tissue from both edges of the wound and closing until the edges are apposed and everted.
Gently place the surgical stapler jaws on the skin surface close to the forceps. Align the staple placement arrow with the center of wound. The handle of the stapler should be held at an angle of approximately 35° to the surface of the skin.
The Surgical stapler may be held lightly on the skin or 1 to 2mm slightly above the skin surface if greater distance between the back span and tissue surface is desired. Slowly depress the handle and squeeze the trigger fully until “click” sound is heard to place and form the staple. The MIRUS Surgical Stapler design and staple sizing facilitate visibility of the staple placement.
Lift the MIRUS Surgical stapler straight up after each staple is placed. The stapler releases staples freely without manual adjustment to disengage the staples.
Repeat steps 1 and 4, placing the staples approximately 1/4” apart until wound has been closed. The skin stapler applies one staple each time when the handle is compressed. The staple points penetrate the skin and then turn to form a precise rectangular closed staple, which holds the tissue of the wound together.