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Product Details:
Usage/ApplicationHospital, Clinical, Etc
Size1.2x70mm, 1.2x50mm, 0.8x50mm, 0.7x80mm, 0.6x50mm, 0.6x38, 0.5x50mm, 0.5x38mm, 0.4x50mm, 0.4x38mm
MaterialSS
Country of OriginMade in India
Automation GradeManual
Packaging TypePacket
Product TypeCannule
Is It SterilizedSterilized
Needle Gauge18G, 21G, 22G, 23G, 25G, 27G
ColorPink, Green, Orange, etc
DisposableYes

Variations in particular products can include how thick, thin, flexible or stiff a product is, as well as how long a product’s results will last-this makes particular products more appropriate for treating different areas of the face. And now doctors are discovering that variations in the way that a filler is administered can also prove beneficial when it comes to bruising, swelling and downtime.


Traditionally, dermal fillers were strictly administered with an extra sharp needle used to pierce the skin in the proper place and administer the filler in the appropriate depth to the tissue below. Now, some plastic surgeons are switching to administering fillers with a micro-cannula for the unique advantages they feel it affords them over the needle.


A micro-cannula is a teeny-tiny (hence the "micro-"), flexible tube (hence the "-cannula") with ports on its side as opposed to the sharp, ported tip of a needle. The injector makes a small opening and inserts said micro-cannula into the area in need of filler. For those of you hoping to completely avoid the needle, I'm afraid you’re out of luck. The aforementioned small opening is indeed made with a needle. And if you're not seeing the benefit yet, here's where it starts: A micro-cannula allows the injector to avoid hitting vessels, nerves (*ouch), and any other structure’s lurking under the skin. Because the tip of a micro-cannula is rounded, it simply pushes all those things out of the way-if the injector feels a little resistance, they are able to work around it due to the micro-cannula's flexibility, and because they tend to be longer in length than needles, a micro-cannula can fill multiple areas with just a single entry point. All this equals less trauma to the skin, less chance of bruising and greater and inserts the micro-cannula into the area.


But don't take our word for it. Dr. Bruce Van Natta, an Indianapolis based board-certified plastic surgeon weighs in with, "There are far less risks with a micro-cannula since it has a blunt tip and won’t typically cause as much bruising. Most importantly, the chances of directly injecting a vessel are very much reduced. From a patient safety standpoint, the use of micro-cannula is a significant advance towards achieving optimal patient outcomes while minimizing complications- especially helping to avoid an intra-arterial injection which can result in major complications."


Here's how it works. Your doctor will determine whether the use of a cannula is appropriate and which size cannula to use. For example, certain filler’s are thicker in viscosity and might require a larger bore cannula, while others are thinner and won’t require the larger bore holes. (FYI, certain fillers will also be better injected through a direct dermal injection via a needle, too-your surgeon will use his/her best judgement to decide.) And before you ask no micro-cannula's are not useful for neurotoxin injections like Botox, Xeomin or Dysport. 

Caution:

  • As this product is disposable, it should be disposed after use,  and reusing of it after resterilization is prohibited.
  • The product of which individual (unit) packing is opened or broken must not be used as it sterilization can not be guaranteed.
  • In case pricked by  a polluted product, people can be  infected  by various infection  diseases.
  • Damaged or bent  needle before use  must not  be used .
  • If any foreign substance is found at the  products before use, it must not be used.
  • It must not be used except for the purpose of general procedure.

 

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