Surgical Incision Closure Set
Surgical Incision Closure Set™ Noninvasive Skin Stapler
Skin is an important protective shield for human body, which can suppress the intrusion of bacteria, but in surgery such a shield can be damaged for a certain period. Even though it is sutured, it can still leave ugly scars, which is unacceptable for patients. How to make the skin heal perfectly after operations has been a big problem confronting both patients and surgical doctors and nurses. With the continuous development of science and technology and the improvement the quality of life, people have higher and more extensive requirements for minimally invasive and concealing surgical incision, smoothness and aesthetic appearance of scars. Patients in certain sections have even higher requirements for wound healing. For example, obstetrics and gynecology surgery patients, for which silk interrupted suture has been abandoned, and the intradermal suture method is adopted, but this is far from enough for Haichuang. Based on extensive clinical needs, Haichuang actively developed a new type of skin stapler -- Surgical Incision Closure Set™.
Surgical Incision Closure Set™ subverted the traditional suture method, which is suitable for cuticle closure of surgical wounds on the skin surface, which does not need sutureless or needling. The product features can allow the wound to look more beautiful after healing, and does not require removing the stitches after healing. The unique spiral fastening structure allows simple, convenient and reliable operation, to meet the needs of wound closure to a greater extent; the sutured force on both sides of the incision can be adjusted, which is particularly important in the cases of wound edema and subsided inflammatory reaction. It can effectively reduce the generation of hypertrophic scar tissues, to truly achieve the noninvasive effect in appearance. The product has passed the test conducted by Zhejiang Medical Device Inspection Institute - a medical device testing organization certified by the State Food and Drug Administration. (Inspection No. Z20152196)