Extracranial Drainag
Extracranial drainage

Name:Extracranial drainage

Instructions for use:

1. CT to determine the location of intracranial hematoma;

2. Use a positioning ruler to determine and mark the location of the drainage hole;

3. Use a skull drill to drill holes at the opening of the skull;

4. Use a skull to clean the skull hole;

5. Pierce the dura with a skull;

6. Slide the drainage tube with guide wire along the side groove of the disposable skull cone (if any) into the skull hole and insert it into the skull;

7. After pulling out the guide wire, put the drainage tube on the drainage tube connector, insert the syringe into the drainage tube connector, draw congestion in the hematoma, inject enzyme preparation to dissolve the coagulated blood, and then sew and fix the drainage tube;

8. Connect the joint of the drainage tube to the joint of the inlet tube of the drainage pressure-regulating bottle, and the blood or fluid in the patient's head can be drained into the drainage pressure-regulating bottle (large drip pot) and the drainage bag;

9. The drainage pressure regulating bottle can be hung on the intracranial pressure scale (if any), and the height of the large drip pot can be adjusted by sliding to control the drainage speed and the intracranial pressure of the patient;

10. When the drainage bottle is raised so that the dropper mouth is not dripping, read the corresponding value on the scale indicating the intracranial pressure (if any) is the patient's immediate intracranial pressure;

11. When measuring the volume of liquid in the drainage and pressure regulating bottle, the flow switch at the bottom of the bottle needs to be turned off;

12. When the drainage liquid in the drainage pressure-regulating bottle needs to be emptied, first temporarily clamp the flow switch on the patient end, turn on the flow switch at the bottom of the bottle, and the drainage liquid can be discharged into the drainage bag;

13. Regularly maintain and observe the status of the drainage fluid, and pull out the drainage tube as required by the hospital if necessary.