Extraction Vaccum Cup (Vacuum Assisted Delivery) Introduction
During delivery, if the cervix is fully opened, but delivery does not occur or the baby’s heartbeat is disturbed and the doctor feels that the baby needs to be removed immediately, he uses auxiliary tools such as vacuum and forceps to help the delivery. The choice of using a vacuum or forceps is based on the doctor’s opinion, experience and discretion to help the baby come out of the birth canal.
This Vaccum Extraction Cup has a latch and safety valve with chrome coating.
Compared to forceps, the vacuum method is a safer or non-invasive method and causes less damage. It has rarely been observed to cause serious complications for the baby. A vacuum-born baby may have a small bruise on the top of his head, called a cephalohematoma. This bruising usually disappears within a few days after vaccum assisted delivery, although it may take longer to heal. The baby vacuum cup is made of medical silicone and can be connected to all kinds of suction pumps. One of its most important features is the presence of a handle and a safety valve made of brass with a chrome coating, for the amount and discharge of suction, which reduces possible damage during its use.
Extraction Vaccum Cup Specifications
- Usage: Helping the infant out of the mother’s body
- Sterile silicone material
- The presence of visible vertical lines on the body of the cup in order to position the cup with the baby’s head
- Compatible with all suction devices
- Made in standard sizes (diameters of 50, 60, 70 mm)
- No latex
- Can be sterilized by disinfecting devices
- Manufacturing Country : Iran
- Approved by IR Ministry Of Health