For dental diseases, medical devices and apparatus are used.
There are special aspiration medical devices.
These products include a saliva ejector used for the oral cavity.
- Purpose of the device
- Principle of operation
- Instructions for use
- Precautionary measures
- Where and how much is stored
- Saliva ejector treatment
Purpose of the device
Saliva ejector is a special medical device in dentistry designed to free the oral cavity from unnecessary and excess fluid. Keeps mouth dry during dental procedures and surgical operations. The device effectively and quickly helps the doctor to get rid of waste in the mouth, which affects the quality of service.
Principle of operation
Saliva ejector (individual and centralized) consists of the following parts:
- vacuum generator;
- aspiration unit;
The block is a holder located at the doctor's workplace. The rest of the parts are attached to the unit and constitute the installation. A separator is a pump that uses pressure to pump saliva and water out of the mouth. Through the channel, the liquid enters the filter, and then the process stops before it is withdrawn. The generator allows you to remove fluid through a hose (there are air, wet and humid-air). With all three types, the liquid is subsequently drained into the sewer.
The humid air system is considered by doctors to be more efficient at work than others. The air water gun is a water ejector used as a dental cleaning device that blows away unwanted waste with a jet of water. This mechanism is used in conjunction with a dental vacuum cleaner (disposable).
portable (portable) saliva ejector
saliva ejector tips
Instructions for use
The saliva ejector is used by dentists as follows:
- According to the instructions, the device is thoroughly checked and cleaned before use.
- Disposable adapters and tips are opened and attached to the device.
- The dentist's workplace is being prepared, the entire apparatus is brought into readiness mode.
- During the dental procedure, liquid residues are pumped out of the oral cavity using a pump.
- After stopping the mechanism, the residues are removed to the sewer.
- It is absolutely impossible to reapply the device.
- At the end of the procedure, the instrument must be disassembled and the parts cleaned for the next use.
- Disposable parts of the device are disposed of in the trash.
The dental product is used solely for its intended purpose. All parts must be fastened together, must not stagger, have chips and breaks. It is not recommended to use the product after the expiration date. Do not connect a tip that is not hollow inside.
The device must be absolutely sterile, free from dirt and dust. Disposable handpieces are widely used by dentists, which allows the client to prove the safety and sterility of the device. It is definitely recommended to wear sterile gloves, use cotton swabs and wipes.
Where and how much is stored
Salivation is stored according to the rules in a room well ventilated at a temperature of no more than 40 degrees above zero. It is highly recommended to keep these devices away from children and pets. It is best to put your cutlery in a box or container.
Cleaners and disinfectants are stored in a dark, dry and cool place away from sources of fire and direct sunlight with tightly closed valves and covers to avoid fumes or leaks, damage composition. Each package must have a label describing the composition. If the label comes off or comes off, you need to stick a new one to avoid confusion.
Saliva ejector treatment
The product must be disinfected before use. For this purpose, ethylene oxide is used. The tips are wiped with a napkin previously moistened with a solution (chloramine, alcohol and water). Thermal sterilization is also used, which is the immersion of the tips in an aqueous solution at 90-95 degrees. This leads to the death of microbes and disease-causing bacteria. Disinfection takes place in several stages:
The rest of the parts of the saliva ejector are wiped with a disinfectant solution.
After disinfection, the device is used only once until the next cleaning.
The site is for informational purposes only. Do not under any circumstances self-medicate. If you find you have any symptoms of illness, contact your doctor.