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Blunt point surgical needle

Summary Information: Blunt point surgical needle

Blunt point surgical needle: A blunt point surgical needle is a medical device used to hold a surgical suture and close surgical incisions and wounds throughout the body. As the name implies, this needle has a blunt point to minimize needlesticks by health care workers. Blunt needles, while not used for cutting through tissue, have shown to be effective in many different kinds of surgery, from abdominal wall closure to colon surgery.

Diseases Related To Medical Device: Blunt point surgical needle

These diseases are related to the medical device Blunt point surgical needle:

  • Closing incisions of fragile tissue (e.g. liver, kidney)
  • Closing a surgical incision
  • Closing a wound

Types Of Blunt point surgical needle

These devices are types of the medical device Blunt point surgical needle:

  • Straight blunt surgical needle
  • Curved blunt surgical needle

Other Names For Blunt point surgical needle

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