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Shaver Hand Piece


Handpiece is used to house blades. On its proximal end, it has suction control connection which can be turned on or off using a lever at distal end. Handpiece is compatible with S&N blades as well.


RPM 8000
Irrigation Control Level
Handpiece Cord Fully Autoclavable
Suction Control On handpiece
Power 230 V AC, 50 Hz

Cleaning and Sterilization

Debris is sucked from the blades, through the handpiece and suction tube and flushed out with a constant flow of saline because it can’t be run through an automated washer.
You have to manually clean these devices and as you can imagine tissue and other contaminants may be present from the previous surgery so it’s vital that this material be completely cleaned from the handpiece suction channel.
Always dispose of any blade used during surgery following standard procedures for the disposal of biohazardous waste.
Disconnect the handpiece cable from the front panel by pulling back the locking collar on the connector and then unplugging it from the control unit. Do not disconnect the cable from the handpiece.
Set the suction control lever to the fully open position.
Rinse thoroughly with warm tap water for a minimum of 2 minutes, making sure to irrigate all features of the device.
Immerse the handpiece and soak for a minimum of 5 minutes using a neutral pH enzymatic detergent.
After immersion of the device into the enzymatic cleaner agitate the device to ensure all of the air is removed from the device lumen.
While the unit is immersed clean using the appropriate brushes such as given here; with the suction control lever in the open position.
With control lever in Open position, insert the lumen brush in the device spigot proximal end of the device and clean the lumen using twisting and in-and-out movements of the brush for a minimum of 30 seconds.
Using the blade port brush clean the nose cavity using twisting and in-and-out movements for a minimum of 30 seconds.
Using the fork area brush clean the drive fork area for a minimum of 30 seconds.
Scrub crevices and around hinged and mating surfaces with a blade port brush.
Rinse thoroughly with warm tap water for a minimum of 30 seconds making sure to irrigate all features of the device. Ensure that the suction control lever is opened and closed repeatedly while rinsing the device lumen.
After cleaning inspect devices under normal lighting to ensure that all visible soil has been removed.
If not visibly clean, repeat cleaning and re-inspect.
For difficult to view areas 3% hydrogen peroxide may be applied. Bubbling is evidence of the presence of blood.
Please note rinse instruments thoroughly with warm tap water following any hydrogen peroxide testing.

Use and Maintenance

Use Orthopedic surgeon
Maintenance Medical staff, manufacturer/servicer, biomedical engineering staff, technicians
Training Initial training by manufacturer and manual



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