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Preparing the Anesthetic Syringe
Equipment 1) Sterile syringe 2) Disposable needle 3) Anesthetic cartridge
Syringe Loading Technique 1) Follow aseptic procedures 2) Remove sterile syringe from autoclave bag 3) Hold syringe in the left hand and use the thumb ring to fully retract the piston rod
4) Piston rod retracted, place the cartridge in the barrel of the syringe 5) Rubber stopper end goes in first 6) Once cartridge is in place release piston rod
7) Engage cartridge and harpoon by placing moderate pressure on the thumb ring bar 8) Do not hold hand over cartridge while engaging the harpoon (safety)
Engaging the Needle Remove protective plastic cap Screw needle onto the syringe
Needle Safety ProTector – needle recapping guard
Recapping the Contaminated Needle Recapper located in instrument cassette One handed scoop method
Unloading the Anesthetic Syringe 1) Unscrew needle with protective cap in place
2) Retract the piston to release harpoon from the cartridge 3) Remove the cartridge from the syringe by retracting the thumb ring
4) Discard cartridge and needle into sharps container
Changing to a Second Cartridge Recap the needle Retract piston Remove used cartridge Place new cartridge Engage the harpoon
Preparing the Anesthetic Syringe Quiz 1. Where should the used needle and cartridge be disposed of? a. The regular garbage b. A sharps container c. A plastic biohazardous bag d. Any of the above
b. A sharps container
2.Name two acceptable ways to recap the needle. ___________________ __________________
One handed scoop method, recapper
3. The ProTector is a _________? a. Guard against overdose b. Guard against needle over insertion c. Card for needle recapping protection
c. card for needle re-capping protection
4. What is recommended to assemble on the syringe first, the needle or the cartridge? a. Needle b. Cartridge
5. When inserting the cartridge into the syringe, which end is down, or toward the harpoon? a. The end with the metal/latex opening b. The end with the rubber stopper
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