Spinal needle, transparent hub, easy to observe the cerebrospinal fluid discharge, hub with lock can keep the surface of needle bevel joint well.
No-hurt spinal needle, special design for needlepoint will not hurt the hard spinal theca, close puncture hole automatically and reduce cerebrospinal fluid discharge,
suitable shape and location of side hole ensure enough flux, meanwhile reduce the happening of faulty retardance.
A spinal needle is a specialized medical needle used in the field of anaesthesia and interventional pain management to access the spinal canal and administer medications or withdraw cerebrospinal fluid (CSF). Here’s a brief description of a spinal needle:
Purpose: The primary purpose of a spinal needle is to create a safe and controlled passage through the tissues of the back, allowing access to the spinal canal and the contents within, including cerebrospinal fluid or the epidural space.
Design: Spinal needles are typically long and thin, with a sharp, bevelled tip designed for precise penetration through the skin, subcutaneous tissue, ligaments, and the dura mater (the outermost protective layer of the spinal cord and brain).
Clinical Use: Spinal needles are used in procedures such as spinal anaesthesia (spinal block) for surgical and obstetric patients, as well as for spinal taps (lumbar punctures) to collect cerebrospinal fluid for diagnostic purposes. They can also be used for epidural injections in pain management.
Length and Gauge: Spinal needles come in various lengths and gauges to accommodate different clinical needs. Longer needles are typically used for procedures that require deeper access into the spinal canal.
Sterility: Spinal needles are provided in sterile packaging to ensure aseptic conditions during medical procedures and minimize the risk of infection.
Luer Lock or Luer Slip: Spinal needles may have a Luer Lock or Luer Slip connection, allowing for the attachment of syringes or other equipment for medication administration or CSF withdrawal.
Safety Features: Some modern spinal needles are equipped with safety features, such as retractable or hinged needle shields, to reduce the risk of accidental needlestick injuries.
Spinal needles are crucial tools in anaesthesia and diagnostic medicine, enabling healthcare providers to perform spinal procedures safely and accurately. Their design and precision ensure that patients receive the intended medical treatment while minimizing discomfort and complications.
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