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For many surgeons, the aortic punch is the perfect anastomotic device. Quest Medical offers surgeons a wide variety of aortic punches, including a unique aortotomy system that is ideal for creation of uniform openings at the aortotomy site for vein grafts, it’s called the PerfectCut®. The PerfectCut system is designed to create a precise, consistent, reliable, repeatable incision and circular hole that eliminates lateral side notches from the aortotomy. The PerfectCut and CleanCut® punches produce uniform openings at the anastomotic site using a rotating, self-aligning cutter mechanism and cutting action, therefore requiring less force.

PerfectCut Aortotomy System

The Advanced Tool Set for Precise Aortic Incisions

Through decades of innovation, the PerfectCut Aortotomy Sytem has helped surgeons create precise aortic incisions. The bullet-tip punch is an ideal tool for intricate bypass surgeries, ensuring a consistent, uniform cut while reducing the chance of lateral side notches.

Features and Benefits

  • Creates the precise anastomosis in two easy steps
  • Lancet creates precise crisscross incisions without lateral side notches
  • Lancet blade features retractable shield
  • Bullet-tip punch inserts easily into incisions; designed for straight insertions, no button-hole technique necessary
  • Less insertion force needed for aortotomies at the proximal anastomotic site and arterial cannulation
  • Rotating cutting action eliminates shearing of delicate tissue
  • Self-aligning cutter mechanism minimizes mechanical jamming
  • Four sizes available for a broad scope of surgical situations
  • Solid, durable construction
  • Available sterile and non-sterile from Quest Medical, Inc. and from procedure kit suppliers
  • Made in the U.S.A.

Specifications

PERFECTCUT ROTATING BULLET-TIP PUNCH

Length: 8 in. (20 cm)

Available diameters: 4.0 mm, 4.5 mm, 4.8 mm, 5.0 mm

PERFECTCUT AORTIC LANCET

Blade: 10 x 3.3 mm with retractable blade shield

Overall length: 6.5 in. (16.5 cm)

Two Easy Steps to a Precise Anastomosis

1) Lancet creates precise crisscross incisions

2) Bullet-tip Punch designed for straight insertion

Result:
Precise Anastomosis

Compared to other methods that can
leaves notches requiring repair

Other incision techniques can leave notches which require repair

CleanCut & PerfectCut Series

Create consistent uniform aortic openings for vessel grafts. CleanCut and PerfectCut punches utilize a rotating cutting action that requires less force and are available in a variety of sizes to fit your surgical needs.

Features and Benefits of CleanCut and PerfectCut:

  • Produce uniform openings at the anastomotic site
  • Rotating cutting action requires less force
  • Self-aligning cutter mechanism
  • A variety of sizes are available
  • Strong, high-quality construction with large thumb rest for more control
  • Materials: Medical-grade stainless steel and Thermoplastic construction
  • Available sterile and non-sterile from Quest Medical, Inc. and from procedure kit suppliers
  • Made in the U.S.A.

With the flat-style anvil tip, CleanCut offers a wide variety of sizes and two different length options for a broad scope of surgical situations.

Handle length options:
RCC: 6.75 in. (17 cm)
RCL: 8 in. (20 cm)

 

Available in various diameters:

With the unique rotating bullet-style tip, PerfectCut offers a wide variety of sizes to fit your surgical situations. The bullet-tip shape allows for easy, straight insertions without the “button-hole” technique.

Handle length:
RCB: 8 in. (20 cm)

 

Available in various diameters:

PERFECTCUT AORTIC LANCET

Features and Benefits:

  • For aortotomies such as at the coronary artery proximal anastomotic and arterial cannulation sites
  • Create precise crisscross incisions
  • Lancet blade features retractable safety shield
  • When used with a Quest PerfectCut Punch, it can reduce the likelihood of lateral side notches caused by inconsistent scalpel blade incisions
  • Solid durable construction

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