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    S.HO.W.

    Closed circuit aspirator for large volumes of biological fluids

    • Eliminates  any type of container
    • Improved Security - Reduces exposure risk
    • Cuts expenses - Saves money
    • Saves time and labor - Less workload
    • Provides continuos suction - Efficiency & Quality -
    • Environmental impact is minimized

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    DISINFECTION AND SAFETY

    S.HO.W. -  is designed and made to allow healthcare professionals the management of organic liquids in total security, in compliance with legal regulations, to avoid the risk of biological contamination.

    S.HO.W. - Avoids the continual lifting of loads  by the operators, like the fluid collection bags, eliminating the risk of fluid leakage, for incidental breakage due to handling/movimentation.

    S.HO.W. - MODE- Aspiration of infected biological fluids - activates a disinfection in real time, with precision peristaltic pump for the correct dosage of the disinfectant.- Internationl Patent No. 12745521.0-1356
    S.HO.W. has a high level of self-disinfection of the equipment,  to ensure the maximum security.
    The disinfection process is automatic - The disinfection efficacy and reduction is of 99.6% (Single Dose Disinfectant System). Medical device Class IIa

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    STREAMLINE ACTIVITIES

    S.HO.W. - In the Operating Room - the largest tank of 60 liters, during surgical procedures, eliminates the engagement of health care personnel, in the  substitutions/change  of the containers used for collecting the liquids

    S.HO.W. – In Wards - allows quick emptying of the the collecting bags, of biological liquids, saves time and streamlines labor of the personell, increases effciency and individual security.

    S.HO.W. - In ICUs -  allows the quick  emptying of the ultrafiltrate bags, directly from the equipment, ( C.V.V.H unit) saves time, and streamlines labor of the personell, increases effciency and individual security.

    ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT AND COSTS

    S.HO.W. - allows to reduce considerably, the use of disposable containers, decreasing the operating costs
    S.HO.W. -  a “ green “ equipment - decreases e restricts  the amount of special waste to be sent to the incinerator for disposal

    More respect for the environment, Less plastic, Less pollution, Less costs

     

    Where is used

    UROLOGY SURGERY

    UROLOGY-, - interventions, of T.U.R.P. and P.C.N.L. - are the most suitable, where they use from 15 to 50 liters of  solution ( eg. mannitol, saline, etc ) per surgical operation.

    • The operating room floor is almost dry during surgery.
    • The surgical liquid in the collection bag is always minimal during surgery.
    • NO longer  use  of disposable containers, or buckets  for the collection of liquids.

    ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY

    Orthopaedics, - arthroscopy of the shoulder and hip are the right choice, where are used 15/20 liters of liquid, per surgical intervention.

    • The floor of the operating room is almost dry during surgery.
    • Reduces drastically the use of disposable containers.
    • Eliminates, the bucket for the collection of liquids during surgery

    UROLOGY WARDS

    WASHING of the BLADDER –  after surgery,  is the elective application for S.HO.W., are used from 15 to 25 liters of washing bladder solution, every 24h for each patient.

    • Aspires directly from closed circuit bag.
    • Eliminates the need of the drain bag for the collection of the washing solution.
    • No lifting of loads for the handling, of the discharge bag.
    • No contact by operators with body fluids potentially contaminated

     

    INTENSIVE CARE DEPT

    C.V.V.H. - (Continuous Veno-Venous Hemofiltration) is an elective  application  for S.HO.W., every  24h , 20-25 liters of ultrafiltrate are collected as special wastes

    • S.HO.W - Aspires the ultrafiltrate from the bag, directly from the equipment, which bag, can be reused, the ultrafiltrare is collected in the 60 liters tank.
    • No handling of the ultrafiltrate bag, ( 5-10 liters)  for disposal.
    • No contact from operators with the ultrafiltrate, virtually, contaminated