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Carpal Tunnel Release mayo stand and back table surgery setup

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What to expect during Carpal Tunnel Release

Extra Equipment Tourniquet, esmarch, ESU, suction tubing, bulb syringe, hand table Patient Positioning Supine with arm table Drapes Stockinette, folded towels, impervious split drape, extremity drape, half sheet/3/4 sheet Carpal Tunnel Release is a surgical procedure used to relieve pressure on the median nerve in the wrist. This is accomplished by cutting the carpal ligament to create more space in the carpal tunnel. The surgery is commonly used to treat carpal tunnel syndrome, a condition characterized by pain, numbness, and tingling in the hand and arm. Step 1: Incision The first step in the Carpal Tunnel Release procedure is to…
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6 responses to “Carpal Tunnel Release”

  1. Griselda sosa Avatar
    Griselda sosa

    what kind of sutures, drains and drapes are needed

    1. Diana Lei-aloha Avatar
      Diana Lei-aloha

      Hey Griselda, I just updated the post to include which suture is most commonly used. The draping sequence is listed near the bottom of the post, right after the “Patient Positioning” section.

      Drains are not used during Carpal Tunnel Releases.

      Let me know if you need any more info!

      :)

  2. ivy johnson Avatar
    ivy johnson

    what are the layers of skin you go through and is there any specimen collected?

    1. Diana Lei-aloha Avatar
      Diana Lei-aloha

      The epidermis, dermis, and subcutaneous layers are all gone through to reach the ligament to be cut. The ligament pressing down on the nerve is sliced to make more room, but no specimen is usually taken. In rare cases, a foreign body or a substance that looks like gout may be taken out and sent to pathology.

  3. alexandria Gutierrez Avatar
    alexandria Gutierrez

    what surgical set up is this basic or small

    1. Thank you for your comment, Alexandria. The surgical setup for a Carpal Tunnel Release typically falls into the “basic” category. This is because CTR is a relatively straightforward procedure, and it doesn’t require a vast array of specialized instruments. That said, the exact setup can vary depending on the surgeon’s preferences and the specifics of the patient’s condition. If you have further questions or need details about the specific instruments included in the setup, please let us know!

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