Silicone Cyst Excision & Drainage Pad

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Model Number: MM3989532

Brand: Niche Healthcare

 

This product is made of food grade silicone, which is soft, elastic, and skin-friendly. It has a real design that mimics the shape and size of human skin, making it more lifelike and authentic. The product is also tear resistant and resilient, allowing you to practice various cyst excision techniques without damaging or deforming it. The product can be reused multiple times.

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This product is designed to help medical students and practicing nurses learn and improve their skills in cyst excision and wound closure procedures. It is a real and durable model that simulates the texture and colour of human skin, featuring cysts and lipomas models embedded in sponge based subcutaneous tissue.

This product is made of food grade silicone, which is soft, elastic, and skin-friendly. It has a real design that mimics the shape and size of human skin, making it more lifelike and authentic. The product is also tear resistant and resilient, allowing you to practice various cyst excision techniques without damaging or deforming it. The product can be reused multiple times.

 

A cyst may need to be removed under various circumstances depending on its size, location, symptoms, and the potential for complications. Here are some common reasons and conditions under which a cyst might be removed:

Reasons for Cyst Removal

Pain or Discomfort:

  • If the cyst is causing significant pain or discomfort, especially if it is affecting daily activities.

Infection or Inflammation:

  • If the cyst becomes infected or inflamed, leading to redness, swelling, tenderness, and possible pus formation (abscess).

Size and Growth:

  • If the cyst is large or continues to grow over time, it may need to be removed to prevent further complications.

Interference with Organ Function:

  • If the cyst is located in a place where it interferes with the normal function of an organ (e.g., ovarian cysts affecting the ovaries, cysts in the liver, or pancreatic cysts).

Suspected Malignancy:

  • If there is a concern that the cyst could be cancerous or precancerous, based on its appearance, growth pattern, or symptoms. In such cases, removal allows for a definitive pathological examination.

Cosmetic Reasons:

  • If the cyst is in a visible area and is causing cosmetic concerns or self-consciousness.

Persistent or Recurrent:

  • If the cyst does not resolve on its own or keeps recurring despite previous treatments or drainage.

Types of Cysts Commonly Removed

Epidermoid and Sebaceous Cysts:

  • Often removed when infected, painful, or for cosmetic reasons.

Ovarian Cysts:

  • Removed if they are large, symptomatic, or suspected to be malignant.

Breast Cysts:

  • Removed if they are painful, persist, or there is concern about breast cancer.

Ganglion Cysts:

  • Commonly occur on the wrist or hand and may be removed if they cause pain or limit movement.

Kidney Cysts:

  • Removed if they cause pain, bleeding, or are suspected to be cancerous.

Pancreatic Cysts:

  • May be removed if symptomatic, large, or suspected to be malignant.

Procedures for Cyst Removal

Surgical Excision:

  • The cyst is completely removed along with its capsule to prevent recurrence. This is often done under local or general anaesthesia depending on the cyst’s size and location.

Aspiration and Drainage:

  • The cyst is drained using a needle, often guided by ultrasound. This is usually a temporary solution and is less effective in preventing recurrence compared to surgical excision.

Laparoscopic Surgery:

  • A minimally invasive technique used for cysts located within the abdominal or pelvic cavity, such as ovarian cysts.

Endoscopic Procedures:

  • Used for cysts located in areas like the sinuses or digestive tract.

 

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