Instrument handle for storing suture and needles
An instrument handle for storing of suture which can be easily accessed by a surgeon. The handle is provided with a cavity for housing sutures and needles. The cavity is accessed by opening a pivotable hatch. The suture is wrapped around a tie-down bar disposed on the inside of the pivotable hatch. If desired, a surgical needle may be attached to the suture and stored within a slot of the tie-down bar of the pivotable hatch.
Suture needles and methods of use
A suture needle is disclosed that includes a shaft, the shaft being marked at least partially with a visual indicator; and a puncture tip at one end of the shaft. The shaft of the needle includes a front surface and a rear surface. The front and/or rear surface of the needle includes the visual indicator. The visual indicator may be a color, but if both the front and rear surfaces include a color, then the colors of front and rear surfaces are different. Also disclosed are methods of using a suture needles, one such method including: inserting the suture needle into a mammal; viewing the suture needle; and immediately ascertaining the exact orientation of the suture needle with no manipulation of the suture needle.
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