A surgical, thread holder and stitching device is provided which employs a
hollow needle through which a spool or reel of surgical thread is fed. The
hollow needle may have beveled ends for cutting the thread and a recess
may be provided in the holder to receive a syringe to pass a medicant
through the hollow needle. The device is further characterized by
including a surgical knife mounted on the needle protector of the device.
Violante; Alfonso Monroy (Mexico City, MX) |
August 23, 1972|