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Close-up, detailed images of appropriate equipment, needles, ice wraps, etc.
Other equipment you’ll need for the procedure includes:
• Clippers and surgical preparation for the aspiration site
• 1 needle (and an optional butterfly catheter) for aspiration of blood
• 3 needles for aspiration of anticoagulant, capture and harvest solutions
• Preparations for sedation or anesthesia
• And post-procedure materials ... like bandages and ice packs.
B-roll footage montage of usage in various locations.
The self-contained ***** device can be used anywhere the patient needs to be treated. In the office. A clinic. Even the patient’s home.
To begin the procedure, sedate or anesthetize the dog as appropriate ... then begin the ***** system prep.
The procedure is simple ... but precise – so you may want to keep the instructions for use nearby for easy reference.
Place the clean drape on a steady, flat surface. Then remove the ***** system from the box and lay it out on the drape.
This next step is critical to preparing a proper platelet concentration ... and the success of the procedure.
Push the top ... and the bottom clamps into the closed position.
Hang the system with the arrows pointing down from an IV pole ... or from a clean, convenient surface.
Again, ensure that the arrow is pointing down.
Now it’s time to prepare the anticoagulant solution.
Pre-load the 60-cc syringe with 5 cc’s of the anticoagulant solution.
You may choose to use a 19-guage butterfly catheter ... to more easily agitate the blood while the blood is being collected.
In this case, attach the butterfly to the syringe before loading the syringe with anticoagulant.
Once loaded, take the 60-cc syringe loaded with the anticoagulant solution ... and set it aside.
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