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Different Types of Custom Surgical Trays

If you are attempting to do any sort of surgery or even if you just want to hold onto your items and tools, then you absolutely need to think about the best possible surgical trays you can use. Instead of just using medical stock models, then you should be thinking about the following items and possibly using custom trays for your specific operation and practice.

Single Use Procedure Trays

Anyone who needs to use any medical kits on the go or outside of the operating room will quickly come to appreciate any sort of custom trays that can be used and then disposed of. While people may not always want to be in the field, the fact of the matter is accidents and incidents do not show a specific time or place that they occur. Disasters and problems can happen at any given time, and that’s exactly why you should have the single use custom trays available so you can be prepared on the go.

On The Go Kits

When it truly pays to be ready, the custom trays of minor tools are not just something you can use quickly, but they are also something you can conveniently have with you at any time. Custom trays are not just important because they have basic medical kits, they are important because when the time comes for anyone to be able to have immediate medical attention (even if minor), then you want to have a custom set of tools on a surgical tray that are also guaranteed to be sanitary.

Surgical Trays With Stands

While some of the world will use basic trays as they see fit, one of the best options you can actually have on your side is using custom trays with the stands built right in. If you are ever going to be operating on the ground or in an awkward position then you should be fine without one. However, when it comes to the surgical custom trays you can use in an actual operating room, you will most likely be standing and you need to have tools that are supporting with the stands as well.

Perforated Instrument Tray

By having custom trays that not only are instantly accessible but that also have perforations right within the tray, the ability to allow air to breath up and into the tools is one thing, but the ability for any drainage or fluids to exit and fall out of the tray will also help. The last thing you want to do is have a wet surgical instrument, so when you are going to clean surgical equipment you need to have a place for the water and cleaning solution to run to.

Covered and Stackable Trays

Because you want to have many trays available long before the procedure ever even begins (after all, who knows how many trays you will end up using at any given time), you need to have trays that are strong and durable. This strength in your custom trays not only helps you to protect the tools themselves from any sort of debris or contaminants, but the sturdiness will also allow you to stack the custom trays so that they can be protected prior to any given surgery.

At the end of the day, the most important thing you do is choose the right custom trays as well as the right tools for any given surgery. It’s not only important to be prepared for ideal locations, but you also have to deal with the reality that is problems do in fact occur when you least expect them to.