tool used to stop flow of blood and close off blood vessels
tool used to burn closed wounds and stop bleeding
used to hold tissues or sponges
A metal operating instrument having an edge of sharp, toothlike projections, for dividing bone, cartilage, or plaster.
stitches made to close up a wound or incision
keeps suture steady and helps drive the needle into the skin
used for precise clamping and comes in many forms for specific purposes
can be used to close skin wounds. reduces inflammation, recovery time, and the size of the wound
stopping bleeding (through clamping)
remove blood from a certain area for better viewing
used for cutting sheets of tissue or blunt dissection
small and extremely sharp bladed instrument used for skin and muscle incisions
separate edges of incision or wound/ hold back tissue to access area of the body that needs operating
An injury to the body's soft tissue
An injury to the soft tissues under the skin
An injury in which the skins surface is broken
A wound in which damage to soft tissues and blood vessels causes bleeding under the skin
A cut caused by a sharp edged object such as a knife or scissors
A cut that causes a irregular or jagged tearing of skin
A wound caused by rubbing or scraping away of skin
A wound in which the skin or other body tissue is separated or completely torn away
A wound produced when a pointed instrument pierces the skin
A condition in which pathogens enter the body and multiply
A bacteria that grows in the body and produces a strong poison that attacks the nervous system and muscles
Loss of blood from mucus membranes
A tooth that has been knocked out of its socket
A dangerous reduction of blood to the body tissues
consists of a handle that holds a disposable blade. A No. 15 blade is the most common
must be sharp enough to cut without damaging or ripping surrounding tissues.
have blunt points and a curved lower blade to insert under the suture material.
use to remove dressings
used to remove wax from the ear canal.
used to grasp or hold objects
most commonly used surgical instrument and close off blood vessels
used to keep towels for draping the surgical site in place
allow greater access and a better view of a surgical site
are slander, pointed instruments used to enlarge a body opening, such as a tear duct.
used to explore wounds or body cavities and to locate or clear blockage.
determined by the thickness/diameter of the strand
require special instruments to hold, insert, and retrieve them during suturing
has suture material permanently attached
forcep with teeth
another name for "dressing forceps"
useful for dressing wounds where other fabrics might stick to the burn or laceration.
Destruction of tissue by freesing.
Application of caustic chemical or destructive heat.
Converts light into intense beam.
Used to grasp tissue and aids in retraction.
Sterile material applied directly onto surface of wound or surgical site.
Can be used as a topical or injectable prior to procedure.
Used to hold curved needles while suturing.
Used to grasp and compress blood vessels
Used to hold open the edges of a wound.
Used to scrape tissue.
Used to hold open a body cavity.
Supportive material applies over the top of dressings and are not sterile.
Application of sterile adhesive skin closure strips is known as?
All microbial life destroyed before invasive procedure performed.
a cut in the skin
partial or complete tearing away of the skin
when a pointy object pierces the skin
bacteria forms in a wound
used to repair an incision
a severe infection resulting from a deep wound
any material used to wrap a wound
a pad placed directly on a wound
first step to control bleeding
tight bandage used as a last resort to control bleeding
a medical condition that can be caused by blood loss
object is stuck in deep - impaled
most common cause of death in young people
blood vessel carrying blood away from heart
if knocked out, put it in place as soon as possible
reduces swelling and pain
a dressing made of plastic
The most common clamp used in surgery
Larger than a hemostat and used for occluding larger vessels
Another name for a Kelly clamp.
Another name for a Hemostat.
Fine dissecting scissors.
Scissors to cut through tough tissue.
Fine forceps used to close skin.
An instrument used to grasp breast tissue.
An instrument that goes around structures, tubes, etc.
Usually double-ended for exposing.
A malleable hand held retractor
A self-retaining finger ringed retractor.
A heavy toothed forcep used in gyn surgery.
An atraumatic forcep named after heart surgeon.
The big ugly.
Thoracic tissue forcep.
A star-burst pattern forcep found in most standard sets.
Medium sized hand-held retractor, military.
Small retractor with blade on one end and rake on other.
Used with copious irrigation.
handle of scalpel
used to prevent bleeding in the g1 tract;used to join surrounding tissue
inserted into the orinary tract to drain the bladder
used to grasp delicate tissue;used for intestinal and laparotomy procedures
used to remove subgigival calculus, root planning, and curettage
used to grasp tissue
used to cut or trim nails
used for teeth and dental extractions
used to separate the edges of a surgical incision or wound
used to hold a suturing needle for closing wounds
A closed wound causes soft ______ beneath the skin to be damaged
An open wound is a break in the continuity of the skin making it exposed to _________
The top layer of the skin
This type of wound may have associated tissue damage and fractures
This type of wound is normally reults from snagging or tearing of tissue
This type of wound is normally made by a sharp edged object
This type of wound is difficult to assess any internal damage
This type of wound may have both an entry and exit wound with associated internal injuries
A temporary ______ is formed when the pressure wave caused by a projectile pushes the surrounding tissue away
This type of bleeding oozes ot the wound surface
This type of bleeding spurts to the pulse rate
This type of bleeding is dark red in colour
This type of bleeding is often difficult to diagnose simply because the bleeding cannot be obviously seen
This is a pressure dressing
Life threatening haemorrhage uncontrollable by simple measure wound be an indcation for the use of which piece of equipment
If you fracture this bone the blood loss can be 1000-2000ml
If you fracture this bone the blood loss can be 500-750ml
If you fracture this bone the blood loss can be 1000-5000
In pregnant patients, although both red cells and plasma volume increase, ______________ occurs due to disproportionate amount of plasma volume
Predisposing factors for pressure ulcers are both __________ and intrinsic
A stage 3 pressure ulcer has full thickness skin loss involving ____________ tissue down to but not through fascia
GRASPING INSTRUMENT THAT COAGULATES AND DIVIDES TISSUE THROUGH LOW TEMPERATURE CAVITATION
DISSECT AND UNDERMINE DELICATE TISSUE
PRECISION CUTTING IN A CONFINED SPACE OR DEEP WOUND
USED TO CREATE SMALL PRECISE WOUNDS
PRECISION CUTTING IN SMALL SPACES-ENT OPHTHALMIC AND NEUROLOGY
GRASPING DELICATE TISSUE
GRASP NUMEROUS TYPES OF TISSUE-CARDIAC, VASCULAR AND GASTROINTESTINAL
PICK UPS FOR HEAVY TISSUE MUSCLE AND BONE
USED TO CREATE SPONGE STICKS
USED FOR LIFTING, HOLDING AND RETRACTING SLIPPERY DENSE TISSUE THAT IS BEING REMOVED
ATRAUMATIC CLAMP FOR GRASPING AND ENCIRCLING DELICATE STRUCTURES SUCH AS FALLOPIAN TUBES
GRASP TOUGH FIBROUS TISSUE MUSCLE AND BONE
USED FOR SUPERFICIAL RETRACTION OF WOUND EDGES
DULL OR SHARP SELF RETAINING RETRACTOR TO HOLD WOUND EDGES OPEN
USED TO SUCTION IN CONFINED SPACES-NASAL CAVITY, NEUROLOGY AND SPINAL SURGERY
HOLDING HEAVY NEEDLES WHEN SUTURING
USED FOR SKIN WOUND CLOSURE