6 Electric suction machine problems to avoid

Time:2021-12-06

As one of the most commonly used medical instruments in clinical practice, the electric suction machine is suitable for the suction of patients’ airway secretions and the suction of patients’ internal exudate and flushing fluid in the operating room. The frequency of clinical use is high, so the failure rate is also high. In order to ensure timely and effective rescue and treatment of patients, it is necessary to ensure the normal and efficient operation of medical equipment. Here are six suction machine problems to avoid with medical suction machine:

1. It’s expensive

Surgeons often try to solve the problem of vacuum system clogging by using electric suction machines. These portal vacuum systems are expensive to purchase. Overpaying for your system up front is only part of the problem. Ongoing maintenance costs and service requirements also escalate over time.

2. High energy consumption

The vacuum system of the electric suction machine puts additional demands on your medical facility. For your health care organization, you want to be able to do the same job with less energy, thus reducing waste and saving money. When deciding to buy, you need to consider whether the medical aspirator can fulfill this expectation.

3. Heavy machinery

Operating room space constraints are also a consideration when dealing with medical suction. Your equipment may take up too much space and clutter your operating room.

4. The noisy

Any electric suction machine will make some noise when vacuum is activated. If your equipment is unable to communicate with your team, or if the machine often makes unexpected alarms and noises, your employees will not use the system.

5. Low efficiency

Optimal vacuum flow is a necessary condition in operating room. Machines that do not provide sufficient suction or do not work consistently slow down routine procedures. In addition, loss of suction and inability to expel fluid and gas in a timely manner pose risks to your patient. The suction of the indoor system keeps the operating room work area clearly visible and makes the surgeon’s job easier.

6. Operation risk

Some hospitals try to solve the low suction machine problems by pouring medical enzyme solutions into the vacuum system. This is a dangerous situation that can result in “biohazard being sucked back into the main system tank, which is an infection control issue and can cause the vacuum pump to short circuit”.

Conclusion

Patient care is our top priority. An informed decision can be made before entering the operating room. Operating equipment at full capacity will increase operating room productivity, increase procedures, thereby increasing revenue, and reduce the chance of patient cross-infection due to vacuum pipe clogs.

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