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Surgical drape and suction head for wound treatment



Surgical drape and suction head for wound treatment



Official Gazette of the United States Patent & Trademark Office Patents 1245(3), Apr 17



A surgical drape and suction head combination for attaching the suction head to a wound area. The suction head comprises a planar flange portion and a tubular connector piece on a first face that communicates with an aperture extending to a second face. The second face is formed with projections that define flow channels for facilitating flow of liquids to the aperture.

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