Journal of Universal Surgery

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Bell Michael

Division of Plastic Surgery, University of Ottawa, Ottawa Hospital, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

  • Review Article   
    The suction-assisted curettage procedure: A Review
    Author(s): Bell Michael*

    Surgical delicate tissue debridement of an aroused or necrotic wound can be a challenging, time-consuming work out, frequently with unbalanced blood misfortune. Suction-assisted curettage could be a secure, basic and viable procedure for these common, baffling problems. Suction curettage as a strategy for helpful premature births is well-established, with or maybe commendable security rate. This operation requires a especially exact, atraumatic method to evacuate the items of conception but maintain a strategic distance from aperture of the vascular uterus. Suction-assisted curettage makes a difference to decrease blood misfortune, and significantly diminishes the agent time required to perform these methods. Keywords Curettage; Debridement; Suction; Cannula.. Read More»

    DOI: 10.36648/2254- 6758.

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