Combined Spinal Epidural Kit

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Model Number – NH-94934

Brand – Niche Healthcare

A Combined Spinal Epidural (CSE) Kit is a medical device used in obstetric and other medical settings for regional anaesthesia during childbirth or certain surgical procedures. The kit combines elements of both spinal and epidural anaesthesia, providing healthcare professionals with flexibility in administering pain relief and anaesthesia.

Description

Combined Spinal Epidural Kit

Components

Epidural Needle (Tuohy needle), 16G /18G x 80mm

Spinal Needle 25G x 110mm, pencil point

Epidural Catheter multiport with mark 0.8/1.0mm≥850mm

Epidural Filter 0.22μm, hydrophobic membrane, luer lock

LOR Syringe 7ml, 10ml available

Catheter Adaptor TBA, secure the catheter completely

A Combined Spinal Epidural (CSE) Kit is a medical device used in obstetric and other medical settings for regional anaesthesia during childbirth or certain surgical procedures. The kit combines elements of both spinal and epidural anaesthesia, providing healthcare professionals with flexibility in administering pain relief and anaesthesia.

Key features and information about a Combined Spinal Epidural Kit include:

Needle and Catheter:

The kit typically includes a special needle that is used for both the spinal and epidural components of the anesthesia. A catheter is threaded through the needle to allow continuous administration of medication.

Spinal Component:

The spinal component involves the injection of a local anesthetic and sometimes other medications directly into the cerebrospinal fluid, providing rapid and effective pain relief.

Epidural Component:

The epidural component involves placing the catheter in the epidural space outside the spinal cord, allowing for the continuous administration of anesthesia or analgesia over an extended period.

Medication Administration:

Medications administered through the CSE kit can include local anesthetics for pain relief and opioids for extended analgesia.

Pain Management in Childbirth:

CSE is commonly used in obstetrics to manage pain during labor and delivery. It provides the rapid onset of pain relief from the spinal component and the continuous relief offered by the epidural component.

Flexibility:

The combined approach offers flexibility for healthcare providers to tailor anesthesia to the individual needs of the patient, balancing the benefits of rapid pain relief and extended duration.

Sterile Components:

CSE kits come with sterile components to minimize the risk of infection during the procedure.

Trained Healthcare Professionals:

Administration of a Combined Spinal Epidural is performed by trained anesthesiologists or healthcare professionals with expertise in regional anesthesia.

Monitoring:

Continuous monitoring of the patient’s vital signs is essential during the administration of anesthesia to ensure safety.

Patient Comfort:

The goal of a CSE is to provide effective pain relief while maintaining the patient’s comfort and allowing them to remain conscious during the procedure or childbirth.

Combined Spinal Epidural Kits are valuable tools in modern anaesthesia practice, offering a combination of the rapid onset of spinal anaesthesia and the prolonged benefits of epidural anaesthesia. The choice of anaesthesia method depends on factors such as the type of surgery, the patient’s medical history, and the preferences of the healthcare team and patient.

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