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          Redon Drain

          Redon drain, cross-perforated at 7 cm

          Redon Drain
          Order number: 127057
          Package: 1 piece(s)

          Selection: Typ Ch. 8

          €0.58 * gross
          €0.50 * net

          plus shipping costs

          ready for shipment

          You will receive your goods between the 24.09.2020 and 28.09.2020

          Current information on the delivery situation:

          Due to the tense situation caused by the Covid-19 eruption, there may be occasional delays in delivery.

          We have adjusted the capacities of our logistics accordingly, so that we can largely meet the indicated delivery dates.

          Medical facilities and doctors are supplied by us with priority. We do not supply resellers.

          Thank you for your understanding!

          Redon Drain

          Drainages are used to channel secretions, blood and pus from wounds, body- or abscess openings. Most drainages are attached as preventive measures (blood drainage), others have therapeutic objectives (discharge drainage from abscesses).

          Drainage hose for Redon drainage. Used for discharging secretions, blood and pus from wounds, body- or abscess openings.

          • double pack
          • sterile
          • length: 50 cm
          for closed Redon suction drainage with uncontrolled suction. The Redon drainage has to be removed after one to two days, in order to reduce the danger of infection (unless substantial amounts of fluids are being conveyed).

          How to apply
          With a Redon trocar, push the plastic drain through the skin next to the wound and fix it in place with a stitch. Remove the trocar and connect a suction bottle.

          Attention: be sure to control the vacuum in the suction bottle before opening it.

          Service Offer: Consulting Stuff

          Return conditions

          This article is excluded from withdrawal.

          Customer assessment ⦁ Redon Drain

          - 14 Jul 2017