Frazier Suction Tube is a thin instrument used for removing fluid and debris from confined surgical sites such as the nasal cavity, lumbar, cervical, or intracranial regions. Suction is controlled by a small opening on the handle and there are multiple tip sizes available. The size of the suction tube is indicated by the French measurement scale (3Fr = 1 millimeter). The suction tube also has a thin wire (stylet) that can be placed into the tube to remove tissue that may become trapped during suctioning. The Frazier Suction Tip is used during cases where heme may obscure the surgical field such as during dacryocystorhinostomy or orbital fracture repair.
|Material||German Stainless Steel SUS 420J1|
|Suction Diameter||3 to 12 Fr, 1 to 4mm Diameter|
|Tube Configuration||Thumb Plat with Cut-off Hole|
|Available Length||20.5cm/ 8"|
|Curvature||Angled Tube/ Straight Tube|
|Additional||Stylette (a cleaning wire)|