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In the year 2500, surgery has evolved to a remarkable degree, blending cutting-edge technology with advanced medical knowledge. Here's a glimpse into the surgical procedures of the future:
Nanotechnology: Surgeons now employ nanobots, tiny machines programmed to perform intricate tasks within the body. These nanobots can repair damaged tissue, remove blockages in arteries, and even target cancerous cells with pinpoint accuracy.
Virtual Reality Assisted Surgery (VRAS): Surgeons don VR headsets that overlay holographic images onto the patient, providing real-time data visualization during procedures. This technology enhances precision and reduces the risk of errors.
Genetic Surgery: Advances in genetic engineering allow surgeons to perform highly personalized procedures tailored to an individual's genetic makeup. Gene editing techniques enable the correction of hereditary conditions at the molecular level.
Telemedicine: Surgeons can perform remote surgeries with the assistance of robotic systems. Through high-speed internet connections and haptic feedback technology, specialists can operate on patients located anywhere in the world.
Regenerative Medicine: Surgeons harness the body's innate ability to heal itself by using stem cells and tissue engineering techniques. Organs can be grown in laboratories and transplanted into patients, eliminating the need for donor waiting lists.
Neural Interface Surgery: Brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) allow surgeons to interact directly with a patient's nervous system. This enables precise control over prosthetic limbs and facilitates the treatment of neurological disorders.
Bioelectronic Implants: Surgeons implant bioelectronic devices to regulate bodily functions and treat chronic conditions such as diabetes and hypertension. These implants can monitor vital signs and deliver targeted therapies as needed.
Non-Invasive Surgery: Minimally invasive techniques dominate the surgical landscape, with procedures performed using robotic instruments and guided by advanced imaging technology.
Artificial Intelligence: AI algorithms assist surgeons in planning and executing complex procedures, analyzing vast amounts of patient data to optimize treatment outcomes and minimize risks.
Ethical Considerations: With these advancements come ethical dilemmas surrounding issues such as patient consent, data privacy, and the equitable distribution of healthcare resources.

Romsons Thoracic Drainage Catheter


Romsons Thoracic Drainage Catheter
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Product Details:
Minimum Order Quantity100 Piece
Size24 Fr
ShapeStraight Single
Model Name/NumberProduct Code: GS-5034 A
Packaging TypeSterile, ready for use.
Available Length450 mm
FeaturesExtra soft catheter, suitable for Intercostal drainage.
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Country of OriginMade in India

Drainage Catheters
  • Thoracic drainage catheters are most suitable for post operative drainage following cardio-thoracic surgeries.
  • Distal end is open with super smooth large eyes to maximise the drainage from the chest.
  • Proximal end is fitted with specially designed tapered tongue to provide excellent forceps grip and non-traumatic insertion.
  • Catheters are marked at every 2 cm. from the last eye to ascertain the depth of placement.
  • Packed with matching size spare connector which facilitates easy connection to drainage system.
  • Sterile, ready for use.
Available in following versions :
Flexo Cath™ Straight (GS-5034)
  • Thoracic drainage catheter made up of DEHP free material.
  • Extra soft catheter, suitable for Intercostal drainage.
  • Provided with dark green line for x-ray detection.
Chest Drainage Catheter Straight (GS-5010)
  • Medium soft catheter, suitable for Intercostal drainage.
  • Provided with dark green line for x-ray detection.
Chest Drainage Catheter Right Angle (GS-5011)
  • Specially designed catheter for thoracic drainage from the deeper sites of pleural cavity.
  • Sizes : 12, 16, 20, 24, 28, 32 FG.
The Romsons Thoracic Drainage Catheter is a medical device used in thoracic surgery and critical care medicine. It's designed to drain fluids or air from the pleural space, which is the area between the lungs and the chest wall. Here's a concise overview:
1. Purpose: The primary purpose of the Romsons Thoracic Drainage Catheter is to remove excess fluid (such as blood, pus, or serous fluid) or air from the pleural cavity, which may accumulate due to conditions like pneumothorax, pleural effusion, or postoperative drainage.
2. Design: The catheter typically consists of a flexible tube made from medical-grade materials like silicone or PVC. It has multiple side holes near its distal end to facilitate efficient drainage. The proximal end usually connects to a collection system or a drainage bag.
3. Features: Romsons catheters are available in various sizes to accommodate different patient anatomies and clinical needs. They may include radiopaque markings for easy visualization under X-ray, and some models feature a trocar for easier insertion.
4. Insertion: The catheter is inserted into the pleural space through a small incision made in the chest wall. Prior to insertion, the area is usually cleaned and sterilized, and local anesthesia may be administered. The catheter is then advanced gently until its tip reaches the desired location within the pleural cavity.
5. Function: Once in place, the catheter allows for the continuous or intermittent drainage of fluid or air, depending on the patient's condition and the healthcare provider's instructions. The collected fluid or air is typically disposed of in a closed drainage system to prevent contamination and infection.
6. Monitoring: Healthcare providers closely monitor the drainage output and the patient's clinical status to ensure effective treatment and to detect any complications, such as catheter malposition, infection, or bleeding.
7. Maintenance: Proper care and maintenance of the catheter are essential to prevent complications. This may include regular dressing changes, monitoring for signs of infection, and ensuring that the drainage system remains patent and functioning properly.
8. Removal: Once the drainage output decreases significantly or resolves completely, the catheter is removed under sterile conditions. The insertion site is then typically cleaned and dressed, and the patient may be monitored for any signs of recurrence or complications.
In summary, the Romsons Thoracic Drainage Catheter is a vital medical device used in the management of thoracic conditions requiring fluid or air drainage from the pleural space.

Additional Information:

  • Production Capacity: 100000
  • Delivery Time: 7 to 10 days
  • Packaging Details: Sterile, straight packed in peelable soft blister pack.
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