Used for selective removal of mucosa on the dentate line.
[How to use]
1. Use three atraumatic forceps to fix and spread the hemorrhoids at the three points where the prolapse of the hemorrhoids is less and the anal ectropion is slight. Put the introducer on the dilator, insert the dilator together, and remove the dilator. Sew a stitch around the perianal front and back, fix the introducer, and confirm the position of the dentate line through the transparent anal canal introducer;
2. Insert the anorectal suture device through the introducer on the opposite side of the hemorrhoids and the most obvious prolapse. This device can cover the prolapsed mucosa within 270 degrees around the rectal wall; about 4 cm above the dentate line along the submucosa Make a purse-string suture, by rotating the stitcher, complete rectal purse-string suture with 4-6 stitches. Suture is only performed on the mucosa and submucosa, avoid damaging the muscle layer, and ensure that the suture is complete;
3. Exit the stitcher, tighten the purse-string suture appropriately, unscrew the anorectal Stapler to the maximum position, remove the protective cover, and insert the staple seat above the purse-string suture through the introducer. Tighten the suture and tighten the suture. To tie the knot, pull the tail end of the suture from the side hole of the anorectal Stapler with a hook thread device, and pull the ligation thread moderately toward the handle to make the sutured and ligated mucosa and submucosal tissue enter the empty space of the anorectal Stapler. In the cavity, tighten the adjusting nut of the Stapler at the same time until the indicator Needle enters the green area of the window, pull down the safety block, grasp the handle and fire, and complete the resection and suture at one time;
4. After firing, keep it closed for more than 30 seconds, loosen the adjusting nut of the stapler and gently withdraw the instrument, check the anastomosis, and add a few stitches if necessary.
The basic size of the anorectal stapler in millimeters
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