ADMIRE SURGICAL ’s Fat grafting surgery, also known as liposuction or fat transfer, involves the removal of fat from one area of the body and transferring it to another area to enhance volume or shape. Several instruments and devices may be used during fat grafting surgery. Here are some of them:

  1. Liposuction Cannula: A thin, hollow tube with a blunt or beveled tip used for the extraction of fat from donor areas. There are various types and sizes of cannulas available for different purposes.
  2. Aspiration System: This includes a vacuum pump or suction machine that creates negative pressure to facilitate fat removal through the cannula.
  3. Tumescent Solution: A mixture of saline (sterile saltwater), local anesthetics (such as lidocaine), and epinephrine, which is injected into the donor area to numb it, constrict blood vessels, and facilitate fat removal.
  4. Centrifuge or Sedimentation System: Used to separate and purify harvested fat from blood, oil, and other impurities before the fat is transferred to the recipient site.
  5. Fat Processing Equipment: Some surgeons may use additional equipment like filters or centrifuges to further refine and prepare the harvested fat for injection.
  6. Injection Cannula: Similar to the liposuction cannula, but with a different tip design for the controlled injection of purified fat into the recipient site.
  7. Syringes: Used to aspirate, process, and inject the fat. Luer-lock syringes are commonly used for fat grafting procedures.

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