The 87th China International Medical Device (Spring) Expo CMEF (hereinafter referred to as "CMEF") will be held at the National Convention and Exhibition Center (Shanghai) from May 14th to 17th, 2023. After more than 40 years of accumulation and precipitation, CMEF has now developed into a medical device expo in the Asia Pacific region that integrates the entire medical device industry chain, product technology, new product launches, procurement and trade, brand communication, scientific research cooperation, academic forums, and education and training. Its aim is to help the healthy and rapid development of the medical device industry, and it is an internationally leading global comprehensive service platform.
The disposable circumcision stapler uses modern medical technology to integrate plastic surgery and beauty, and is a new physical therapy that enhances the health of genital function. The inner and outer rings of the disposable circumcision stapler are made of nano plastic and have antibacterial and bactericidal effects. By using the inner and outer rings to seal and block the blood circulation of excess foreskin, it promotes its atrophy and natural shedding, effectively solving a series of problems in traditional circumcision. Let's take a look at the specific introduction of the disposable circumcision stapler:
The disposable circumcision stapler utilizes a clamping ring and a thimble to block the blood circulation of excess foreskin, connecting the inner and outer skin plates, and causing the atrophic and necrotic foreskin to naturally fall off. The disposable circumcision stapler consists of a clamping ring, a collar, and screws. The clamping ring and sleeve ring are both made of new nano polymer materials. Below is a detailed introduction to the features of a disposable circumcision stapler.
The disposable circumcision stapler is a method of using the inner and outer rings to block the blood supply of excess foreskin, promote its atrophy and natural shedding, and connect the inner and outer skin plates. Compared with traditional circumcision, the disposable circumcision stapler has the advantages of no incision, seamless closure, minimally invasive, short surgical time, minimal pain, normal operation and shower after surgery, no obvious scars on the foreskin after surgery, and a flat and smooth incision. The disposable circumcision stapler has the following precautions after surgery.
About 99% of the occurrence of perianal abscess is related to anal gland infection and suppuration. Most of the normal anal glands are located between the internal and external sphincter of the anus, and the opening is located in the anal recess. When feces and bacteria enter the anal gland through the opening, they can cause anal sinusitis and anal gland inflammation, which can spread to the surrounding tissues of the anal canal and rectum, forming a perianal abscess. The gaps around the anal canal and rectum are usually filled with adipose tissue and lymphatic tissue, resulting in loose tissue. Abscesses often occur in these gaps during infection. Other causes include injuries, foreign objects, proctitis, skin diseases, etc.