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Are There Different Types of Custom Procedure Trays?

There is no doubt that custom procedure trays are one of the best inventions in the world of medical practice. You will definitely be forced to think of the best custom procedure tray whether you need to perform a surgery or just want to carry your tools. Rather than using medical stock models, the following types of custom procedure trays could come in handy when conducting different procedures;

  • Surgical trays with stands

Traditional custom procedure trays may just be good but surgical trays with stands may be better especially if you’re going to operate in a position that suits it best. Unless you’re operating on the ground, a stand will always come in handy whenever you’re standing in an actual operating room.

  • Single-use custom procedure trays

Single – use instruments are mostly used outside the operating room. If you’re going to working in the field, it’s crucial to carry medical kits that you can easily dispose of. Carrying a single – use custom procedure tray on the go can turn out to be a wise decision since we can never predict where and when accidents are going to happen. It’s better to always be prepared well.

  • Covered and stackable custom trays

It’s important that you choose the right custom procedure trays as well as the right instruments for any given procedure. It might be challenging to determine how many custom trays you may need to be prepared for a surgery long before you begin. Similarly, it’s not easy to tell how many trays you’re going to use at any given time. Therefore, you need to have many trays that are not only strong but also durable. Such sturdiness will go a long way in ensuring that your pile of custom trays is safe and sound before any given procedure. Strong custom trays will also protect the surgical instruments inside from any contamination or debris that might compromise a procedure.

  • On the go kits

A custom tray of minor tools can always turn out to be useful and convenient when the need to use it arises. Other than the fact that custom trays carry basic medical kits, they’re also very useful when the time for immediate medical attention comes; whether major or minor. During such scenarios, you’re guaranteed of possessing a set of sterile surgical instruments that are safe to use.

  • Perforated instrument tray

Using a perforated custom tray may be useful in two ways; First, it allows air to freely circulate in the tray. Second, the perforations allow for fluids or drainage to exit and fall out of the tray. No one likes using a wet surgical instrument, so with the perforations, you will have a place for the cleaning solution and water to run to once you clean the surgical equipment. These merits can be considered as the “icing on the cake” for a custom tray given that there is the convenience of having instantly accessible equipment.

It is worth noting that you should always choose the right custom tray and medical tools to use for any given operation. It’s also important to mention that while preparing for a procedure at an ideal location such as a hospital setting, you might also be forced to deal with a situation that occurs anywhere and was not planned for. Nevertheless, all the types of custom trays mentioned above are useful irrespective of the location they’re used since they serve the same purpose.