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Disposable tissue clip, non absorbable ligation, continuous firing tissue clip

Plastic clips, also known as disposable tissue closure clips or hem-o-lok clips, are used for ligation and anastomosis of blood vessels and tissues in surgical procedures.

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    $50-$80/ Piece

    Product Introduction

    Plastic clips, also known as disposable tissue closure clips or hem-o-lok clips, are used for ligation and anastomosis of blood vessels and tissues in surgical procedures.

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    Disposable ligature clips, also known as closure clips, are mainly used to fix local tissues or ligate blood vessels during surgery, which can help better hemostasis and wound recovery. The disposable ligation clip after surgery usually does not need to be removed, and even if left in the body, it will not cause any discomfort. Some patients can even remove it on their own.

    The selection of materials for disposable ligation clips is more focused on treatment effectiveness and postoperative retention in the body than traditional metal titanium clips. The material selection is better suited to the human body, and it is less prone to rejection reactions or purulent discharge after surgery, making it more stable in the patient's body. Due to the high stability of disposable ligature clips, they are less likely to fall off after surgery. If other related examinations such as magnetic resonance imaging are needed in the future, there will usually be no special effects. Disposable ligature clips are widely used in patients undergoing gastroscopy and other related surgeries. When using disposable ligature clips for treatment, they may detach with local tissue healing and be expelled from the body through the digestive tract, without the need for special measures to remove them.


    Disposable ligature clips are mainly used in laparoscopic surgery, or in surgical procedures to clamp blood vessels, stop bleeding, and close tubular tissues, including small and medium-sized arteries and veins, bile ducts, etc. They are particularly widely used in laparoscopic surgery, such as modern surgical procedures such as laparoscopic cholecystectomy. However, disposable ligature clips are usually not suitable for large arteries and veins, and it should be noted that disposable ligature clips are not used for tubal ligation.

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    1. Choose the appropriate organizational clip based on the size of the organizational structure.

    2. Place the tissue clamp, grip the tissue clamp tightly, and accurately insert the head of the tissue clamp into the base of the tissue clamp. Confirm that the head is perpendicular to the base, gently press the tissue forceps until a clicking sound is heard, and do not force the tissue forceps into the base or the upper part of the ligation lock.

    3. Remove the tissue forceps from the base and ensure that the ligature lock is securely held in the bite surface of the tissue forceps (as shown in Figure 1). At this point, it is necessary to hold the base to ensure that the ligation lock can be smoothly removed from the base.

    4. During use, as shown in Figure 1, locate the single tooth of the ligation lock, and the operator can visually confirm the structure being ligated.

    5. Position the ligature lock around the tissue bundle of the ligated body cavity (as shown in Figure 2), apply sufficient force to the handle of the tissue clamp to close its bite surface, thereby locking the ligature lock (as shown in Figure 3), release the handle of the tissue clamp, and allow the bite surface of the tissue clamp to return to a sufficiently large position.

    6. If the body cavity tissue is peeled off (as shown in Figure 4), leave the end edge about 2-3mm away from the ligation lock, and do not use one end of the ligation lock as an incision guide.

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    Hemilok used in general surgery


    Colorectal and rectal resection surgery




    Esophageal and gastric fundus folding surgery



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    Hemilok used in obstetrics and gynecology




    Pelvic lymph node dissection

    Chocolate cyst resection not done

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    Hemilok used in urology



    Radical prostatectomy for prostate cancer

    Renal cystectomy

    Radical resection of bladder cancer

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    Hemilok for thoracic surgery

    Radical esophagectomy for esophageal cancer

    Mediastinal tumor resection

    Hilar lymph node dissection


    Pulmonary bullectomy


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    Features and advantages


    Locking device for safer clamping;

    Anti slip and anti collapse design;

    Can maintain the activity of ligated stumps;

    Non absorbable material, antibacterial, non-toxic, and non exclusive to human tissues.


    The tactile sensing shutdown method provides a sense of safety;

    No enhancement or artifacts were observed in X-ray, MRI, and CT examinations;

    No tissue reactivity, no tissue adhesion and scab;

    Hinge+arched nail legs to expand the range of ligation and extension

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    Effectively grasp the ligation target and reduce the separation of the ligation tissue area;

    Non falling nail design, saving surgical time, can replace traditional silk thread ligation;

    The reverse buckle device penetrates and wraps around the tissue, saving surgical time.

    In the coordination of laparoscopic surgery, if one does not understand the function of the instrument or does not pay attention to these details, they often overlook the correct way of use.

    For example, a gallbladder duct with elasticity can still be pulled when clamped. If the triangular area has more space, the direction of the clamp is wrong, and it can be cut longer or shorter, which is still careless.

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