4. Evacuation Devices, Air/Water Syringe Tip, and Dental Unit

Evacuation Devices, Air/Water Syringe Tip, and Dental Unit

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image High-Volume (Velocity) Evacuator (HVE) Tip

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Function ent

To evacuate large volumes of fluid and debris from the oral cavity

Characteristics ent

Practice Notes ent

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image HVE Tip must be cleaned, bagged individually or bagged/wrapped in a tray setup, and then sterilized. A chemical/steam indicator device should be included in the wrapping. Disposable plastic HVE Tip should be disposed of in the garbage. Single use only.

image Low-Volume (Velocity) Saliva Ejector Tip

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Function ent

To evacuate smaller volumes of fluid from the oral cavity

Characteristics ent

Practice Notes ent

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image Disposable Saliva Ejector Tip should be disposed of in the garbage. Single use only.

image Isolite—Dryfield Illuminator

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Characteristics ent

Practice Notes ent

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image Isolite must be cleaned, bagged individually or bagged/wrapped in a tray setup, and then sterilized. A chemical/steam indicator device should be included in the wrapping. Disposable plastic should be disposed of in the garbage. Single use only. Refer to manufacturers recommendation and the CDC guidelines.

image Low-Volume (Velocity) Mandibular Evacuator

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Jan 8, 2015 | Posted by in Dental Nursing and Assisting | Comments Off on 4. Evacuation Devices, Air/Water Syringe Tip, and Dental Unit
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