It is unsurprising that in hospitals waiting lists for backlogged procedures are already overburdened. In England, over 5.3 million individuals are now awaiting ordinary surgeries and treatments, and this number is expected to rise further.
Non-emergency surgeries such as orthopedic hip and knee replacements are now in such high demand that it is definitely time to reconsider how these overburdened operating theatres will provide these much-needed procedures.
Healthcare providers are being forced to investigate more practical options, such as Peak Surgicals are continuously working for meeting the need of surgeons for quality orthopedics surgical equipment.
Orthopedic surgery is a subspecialty that treats acute injuries, congenital and acquired abnormalities, and chronic arthritic or overuse problems of the bones, joints, and soft tissues around them, such as ligaments, nerves, and muscles.
Most consultants operate in emergency trauma alongside general surgeons, treating bone and soft tissue injuries admitted via their local A&E departments. Because of developing bones, pediatric orthopedics necessitates various fracture therapy as well as corrective treatment for juvenile abnormalities.
Orthopedic surgeons perform the following procedures:
- Arthroscopy of the joint – It is a minimally invasive procedure that includes introducing probes into the joint to diagnose and heal damaged joint tissue (eg torn ligaments or floating cartilage).
- Fracture repair – Depending on the kind, severity, and location of the fracture, a variety of procedures are utilized to guarantee that bones remain stable, heal properly, and the patient preserves function. This can entail the use of permanent pins and plates, immobilization, external pinning, and frames.
- Arthroplasty – the replacement of whole joints, most often owing to osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. The most prevalent surgeries are hip and knee replacements.
- General muscle or tendon repair operations.
- Corrective surgery – operations aimed at repairing anatomical alignment abnormalities that either impair function or might create long-term complications if left untreated.
Manufacturing of Orthopedics at Peak Surgicals
Peak Surgicals provides corresponding products and services ranging from newly manufactured Orthopedic surgical equipment, such as extremities instruments for specialized hand and hip Arthroplasty, to sterile Kirschner Wires, Arthrodesis Wires, and Steinmann Pins, as well as innovative products such as easy-to-clean detachable Kerrison Rongeurs.
The inventory of innovative orthopedic instruments is intended for surgeons and pediatricians who perform musculoskeletal surgery. These devices are created in line with ISO 13485 and are intended for surgical and non-surgical treatments requiring musculoskeletal damage, sports injuries, and infections, to mention a few.
The Orthopedic Surgical Instrument range includes:
- Osteotomes – Used to cut and prepare bone.
- Bone Cutting Forceps -Used in orthopedic surgery to cut and remove bones.
- Satterlee Bone Saw -Surgeons employ these saws for bone cutting. Mostly used during amputations.
- Plate Benders-Used during bone fracture surgery to bend a plate to the proper configuration.
Pay attention to Kirschner Wires
Kirschner Wires are a popular option for manufacturing at Peak Surgicals. They are packaged in sterile singles for preservation and storage, and they are Gamma certified. All typical sizes of skeleton wires are supplied for next-day delivery and can be made to any custom size, including threaded wires, and are irradiated with a 5-year shelf life.
Kirschner wires are sharpened, smooth stainless steel internal fixation pins that are often used in orthopedic surgery to keep bone fragments together or as an anchor for skeletal traction. K-wires can also be used to precisely guide cannulated screws and to temporarily immobilize joints. During various surgeries, the wires are employed for temporary fixation. The wires are then withdrawn after the fixing is complete.
Instrument and scope sterilization & protection
Sterile Kirschner Wires are delivered sterile. All sterile materials must be stored in a sterile environment and handled with sterile rubber gloves and other protective equipment. It must be used in a sterile operating room with all essential measures to prevent infection. This holds true for all elements of surgical scope and tool protection. A variety of point protectors, tip caps, and corners safeguard your instruments and wrapped sets while they travel across departments, in addition to health and safety practices.