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Dr. Hajarian New Surgical Retractor/Aspirator May Revoultionize Surgical Retractors
Date:2/22/2013

ALISO VIEJO, Calif., Feb. 22, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- PANO-VAC™ Surgical Instruments, Inc. is pleased to announce the launch of our new products that are useful in general surgeries and dentistry, RetractorPlus and AspiratorPlus.

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The PANO-VAC™retractor/aspirator was designed and patented by Dr. Hajarian MD, DDS and his team to facilitate the surgical field operation with ease.  This new instrument virtually eliminates the need for additional suction device during operations in which retraction and suction are required.

Dr. Hajarian and his colleagues successfully tested PANO-VAC™ retractors/aspirators in surgeries and the results are satisfactory.

Dr. Hajarian explains: "The surgical retractors are integral parts of almost any surgeries. The PANO-VAC™ instruments have combined retraction and aspiration with a unique suction tip portion. The special design suction tip provides a wider range of evacuation to clear up surgical field faster without creating trauma to the surrounding tissues. This instrument works great in tight spaces such as cosmetic, plastic, general, orthopedic, or gynecological surgeries."

"In cosmetic surgery, for example, in breast cosmetic surgery, areolar, axilary, or Inframammary approaches are made easier and tremendously less frustrating with simultaneous suction and retraction while using the electrosurgical unit creating smoke, or simply suctioning the fluid or blood in the field without obstruction or impediment or repeated intermittent halt of the surgery."

"In addition, due to multiple angled suction ports of the suction tip, if any port is obstructed, the other ports are free to remove the fluid or smoke from the surgical field."

PANO-VAC™ is currently offering two types of these instruments:


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