Syme Aneurysm Needle

Syme Aneurysm Needle

120.00

During an aneurysm repair procedure, the surgeon may use the aneurysm needle to pass sutures through the vessel walls, securing them and reinforcing the weakened area. This helps to strengthen the blood vessel and prevent future complications such as rupture or leakage.

The uses of Syme Aneurysm Needles may include the following.
● Suturing Aneurysms: Aneurysm needles are primarily used for suturing or stitching the walls of aneurysms during surgical procedures. They help secure the weakened or bulging blood vessel walls, reinforcing them and reducing the risk of rupture or further complications.
● Vessel Repair: They can be used to repair blood vessels that have been damaged or injured due to trauma, disease, or other conditions. Surgeons may use these needles to suture vessel walls, ensuring proper closure and restoration of blood flow.
● Vascular Graft Placement: In cases where the damaged blood vessel cannot be repaired, a vascular graft may be required. Aneurysm needles can be used to secure the graft to the surrounding healthy blood vessels, creating a bypass and restoring proper blood circulation.

Moreover, using Syme Aneurysm Needles may lead to certain side effects. These may include:
● Infection: While aneurysm needles themselves do not cause infection, improper sterilization techniques or contamination of the surgical site can lead to postoperative infections.
● Nerve Damage: In some cases, aneurysm needles may inadvertently damage nearby nerves, resulting in temporary or permanent nerve dysfunction.
● Allergic Reactions: Although rare, some individuals may experience allergic reactions to materials used in aneurysm needles.

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A Syme Aneurysm Needle is also known as a suture needle or vascular needle. It is a surgical instrument used in vascular surgery or neurosurgery for the repair or treatment of aneurysms. The primary purpose of an aneurysm needle is to facilitate the placement of sutures or stitches during surgical procedures involving aneurysms. These needles are typically long, thin, and curved, allowing surgeons to navigate delicate blood vessels and tissues with precision.

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