Standard Ring Clamp (VE-1)

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The Standard No-Scalpel Ring Clamp ('fixation clamp'). Features the unique "cantilever" design which significantly reduces the risk of hematoma. This lightweight stainless steel instrument has a 3.5 - 3.8 mm ring. Has a matte finish. Made by LiBrand, the original NSV instruments. -Unique Cantilevered Design -Durable Stainless Steel -Two Year Warranty. 


 


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Standard Ring Clamp for Vasectomy - LiBrand™ No Scalpel Instrument

  • Standard Ring Clamp for Vasectomy - LiBrand™ No Scalpel Instrument
  • Standard NSV Ring Clamp - Hinge Close Up
  • Standard NSV Ring Clamp - Ring Close Up
  • Standard No Scalpel Vasectomy Ring Clamp

Why Choose LiBrand™ - The Original No-Scalpel Vasectomy Instruments? 

Proven in more than 20 million procedures worldwide, LiBrand instruments are the only ones to be used in every major study published on NSV. Why?

According to Dr. Li Shunqiang, inventor of the No-Scalpel Vasectomy, the major reason for NSV’s documented 10-fold reduction in complications, especially bleeding, is the cantilever on the ring clamp. LiBrand Instruments feature this unique cantilever design which consistently result in less tissue trauma around the vas and significantly lowers the risk of hematoma. 


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Selecting a Ring Clamp for NSV

 

 


Read a Chapter From: No-Scalpel Vasectomy - Illustrated Guide for Surgeons 

 

No-scalpel vasectomy is a refined approach for isolating and delivering the vas. It requires two surgical instruments specially designed by Dr. Li Shunqiang, the inventor of the No-Scalpel technique. In this chapter, learn more about these two instruments and how they help to lower the risks of complications. Also, review a list of additional supplies. - Provided by Engender Health.

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Vasectomy Training Manual - Illustrated Guide - VasectomyStore.com

 

 

 


Why Should You Learn the No-Scalpel Vasectomy?

Many teaching organizations have made the No-Scalpel technique their standard for training physicians and residents in vasectomy. If you're not currently performing the No-Scalpel Vasectomy, consider the benefits it offers your patients as well as your practice.

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AUA Vasectomy Guideline      

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Standard Instrument Set - LiBrand™ No Scalpel Vasectomy Set

 

5.5" Instrument Length 3.5 - 3.8 mm Ring Size The Standard No-Scalpel Ring Clamp ('fixation clamp'). Features the unique "cantilver" design which significantly reduces the risk of hematoma. This lightweight stainless steel instrument has a 3.5 - 3.8 mm ring. Has a matte finish. Made by LiBrand, the original NSV instruments. Unique Cantilevered Design Durable Stainless Steel Two Year Warranty

How to Clean Instruments

Based on our experience and that of many instrument manufacturers, instruments are most likely to sustain damage during cleaning. It is therefore important that they be cleaned by an experienced handler of instruments using the following recommended steps:

1. Instruments should be cleaned immediately after each use. 2. Rinse the instruments under warm running water to remove

all blood, tissue, and body fluids from surgery.
3. Briefly soak the instruments in an hemolytic enzyme

solution such as HaemoSol. Be certain that only neutral pH (i.e., 7.0) solutions or detergents are used. Low pH detergents, if not fully rinsed off after cleaning, will corrode the protective surface of the stainless steel. High pH detergents will corrode or cause "browning" of the instruments that may impair instrument function.

4. If needed, a soft nylon brush or toothbrush may be used to brush away stubborn particles remaining from the surgery.

5. After the brief soaking and, if needed, gentle brushing, rinse individual instruments completely under running water. While rinsing, take care to open and close the forceps and hemostats to ensure that the hinge areas are rinsed as fully as other areas.

6. Carefully place the instruments on clean paper towels to dry. In the case of the surgical hemostats, the fine tips must be placed face-up on the towels to avoid damaging them. 


More information on instrument care here.