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Enika Surgical MFG.CO.
Frequently asked questions
• What should I do on receipt of my new instruments?
• How should I care for my instruments during and after surgery?
• How should instruments be stored when not in use?
• Should I lubricate my instruments?
• Can my instruments be repaired?
• Can my scissors be re-sharpened?
• I have an idea for a new instrument, how shall I proceed?
• Do you sell abroad?
• Can my instruments be engraved or bar coded?
• Who was Enika Surgical MFG.CO.?
• Can you give me any information regarding the design and manufacture of instruments?
On receipt of your new Enika Surgical MFG.CO., you should remove them from their boxes and examine them under magnification to be assured they are in perfect condition *. Once you have examined and are happy with the instruments they should be cleaned carefully.
*In the unlikely event that you are unhappy with your instruments in any way you should notify us immediately on +92 52 4593350 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Instruments should be stored in an appropriate microsurgical instrument tray. During surgery, care should be taken not to touch the tips of the instruments either with gloves, the trolley cover or other instruments as this might lead to damage or blunting. When not in actual use, the instruments should be returned to the storage tray where they are protected.
Immediately, after use, all instruments in the surgical tray should be wiped clean with a sterile, fibre free, instrument wipe moistened in demineralised/sterile water. Cannula, suction tubes and other instruments with a lumen should be flushed through immediately after use. Demineralised/sterile water used for flushing should be cool to avoid coagulation of proteinaceous material. Diamond Knives require special care
At the end of surgery, all instruments in the surgical tray should be wiped clean immediately with a fibre free instrument wipe moistened in demineralised/sterile water. All cannulated instruments must be ultrasonically flushed or brushed through with an appropriate cleaning brush. Ultrasonic cleaning for 5 – 10 minutes with a neutral pH ultrasonic cleaning solution is recommended for thorough cleaning of almost all ophthalmic instruments. To prevent ion transfer, instruments should be sorted according to their material and type. Titanium and stainless steel should not be mixed in the same ultrasonic cleaning cycle. Instruments must be completely free of moisture before sterilisation.
Instruments should be secured in specially designed microsurgical trays. It is extremely important that the instruments are held securely and do not touch one another which might result in damage. Ensure that cutting edges are protected. Please note that descriptions of trays often state the number of instruments that they can hold, this is a recommendation only as instruments come in a variety of sizes and shapes and it is up to the individual to ensure that the tray is not overcrowded. Wrap trays using an appropriate method. Ensure instruments are dry before storage, and stored in a dry, clean condition.
Applying a small amount of surgical grade lubrication oil to hinges, joints and moving parts will reduce wear and protect your instruments.
Yes they can and who better to repair them than the skilled craftsmen who make them ? Enika Surgical MFG.CO.
Yes, they can, both stainless steel and titanium scissors can be re-sharpened.
Please note that Enika recommend that when choosing scissors, you should pick those made of stainless steel as they will keep sharp for longer than those made of titanium.
Scissors returned for sharpening should be treated the same as instrument repairs
Enika Surgical MFG.CO. are committed to working with surgeons in the creation of new instruments to support changes in surgery and the development of new surgical techniques. Please contact us on email@example.com or +92 52 4593350
If you have an idea that you would like to discuss with us and you will be put through to the appropriate person to discuss your idea in complete confidence.
Yes, Enika Surgical MFG.CO. sell their quality instruments throughout the world using local distributors who understand fully the requirements of their surgeons and hospitals.
Enika Surgical MFG.CO. are able to offer a complete instrument engraving service. Bar coding and/or other hospital individual hospital identification can be laser engraved onto each instrument for complete traceability and audit purposes. To discuss your requirements please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or +92 52 4593350
Please note that all Enika instruments already have the individual instrument code engraved on them for identification.
Enika Surgicals is one of the largest manufacturers and suppliers of Surgical, beauty and precision instruments servicing leading Japanese and European healthcare markets. ENIKA supplies its good to Private and Public Hospitals, healthcare trust, Dental hospitals, Veterinary Practices, Beauty parlors, Enika has a Global reputation for Quality, excellence and Outstanding service. Our Products comprise of instrumenst used in various surgical disciplines ranging from ENT, Gynecology, Orthopedic instruments and implants, Neurosurgery, Thoracic, Urology, Intestinal, Proctology and many more. Enika adheres to strict compliance with, Japanese, British, European and International Quality management Standards.
Enika Surgicals instruments are mainly manufactured from either stainless steel or titanium. Whilst many designs are well established, new instruments are being developed all the time to meet the demands of modern surgery. For more information about the manufacture, design and handling of Enika Surgicals instruments