Suction Machines Australia
These are portable medical devices used to clear airway or remove unwanted fluids from parts of the body. Suction machines are also called suction aspirators, which vary in size, shape, and structure to perform different suction services on the body. The machines are simple to use hence not restricted to hospital settings; they can also be used in home care whether it is with a professional caregiver or family member. The only trick with using the apparatus is proper insertion on the affected area. Although there are different designs, they all come down to a hollow tube that is connected to a vacuum and pump.
Most of suction machines are small and portable. However, the sizes exceed to heavy duty models that are moved on a cart or moving stand. We deliver all our suction machines to Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide, Brisbane, Perth and all other major cities in Australia.
How they are used
The medical instruments are exclusively for providing suction as a treatment procedure or helping in an undergoing procedure. Pulmonary aspiration complications that often lead to lung infections are the most common health conditions that necessitate use of these instruments. When fluids increase their density, the flow is reduced thus clogging on tissues including the airway. Blood, saliva, and mucus are removed by the suction aspirators to enable normal breathing process.
Removal of fluids from the air path not only helps with breathing but also helps in cleaning up the pulmonary. Besides, growth of microorganisms that find the fluids conducive is stopped through suction.
Suction machines are also used during surgery. Blood accumulation on body organs interfere with visibility and clarity of the process, especially if it the area of interest; hence, surgeons use these medical devices to clear up blood. After intracranial hemorrhage, suction machines are also used to clear blood accumulating in the skull.
Suction machines are operated manually or battery powered. It all depends on the size and intended use. Most of these machines run on AC/DC with plastic and rigid Yankauer suction tip. Most of them have portable handles and covers because flexibility of the devices is crucial in a hospital setting. Also, the different types have cup feet that prevent sliding when a procedure is ongoing.