TOUL horizontal laminar flow removes 99.9% of airborne bacteria and micro-organisms (including Coronavirus Covid-19) and creates a strictly aseptic area.
Equipped with HEPA14 filter, TOUL reduces the surgical site’s bacterial count up to 95% anywhere, even in outpatient settings.
TOUL can be used to carry out many procedures in outpatient settings, instead of the operating theatre, while ensuring the maximum level of asepsis.
Reducing long waiting lists.
By introducing the TOUL technology, long waiting lists – that have currently become even longer, due to the Covid19 emergency – can be significantly reduced, through this short-installation and cost-effective device.
Outpatient surgeries that can be carried out thanks to TOUL have logistic, organizational, economic and practical benefits.
This solution has already been implemented by many public and private Hospitals in Italy.
The benefits of outpatient surgery that can be performed thanks to TOUL are:
TOUL creates a horizontal laminar air flow in the perioperative space, directed toward the surgical wound, without any interposed obstacles, minimizing the presence of bacteria and micro-organisms (including Coronavirus SARS-CoV-2), and it offers the maximum level of protection both to the surgical team and the patient.
The device flow capacity is 400 m3/hour. This means that, in a standard 25 m2 clinic, all the air is filtered every 9 minutes, 6.4 times/hour.
With each passing hour, TOUL significantly increases the clinic asepsis, and adds an effective source of removal of the Coronavirus Covid19 virus.
TOUL can be installed in just a few minutes, and requires a standard socket to operate; in addition, thanks to its compact size and rubber castors, it can be moved quickly whenever necessary.
The system cost is broadly offset even after a single prevented infection.
In a traditional operating theatre, ceiling vents input the filtered air flow into the environment, by directing it toward the floor. This system is not sufficient to ensure the operating room asepsis, since the indirect air flow is diverted or contaminated by “obstacles” such as the surgeon heads, the shadowless lamps or the microscope.
TOUL creates a horizontal air flow that removes obstacles and works directly on the surgical site and instruments, by reducing the bacterial count in critical areas up to 95%, and by creating a strictly aseptic area anywhere, even in an outpatient setting, without any time restraints.
The sterile air production unit is equipped with an instrument table useful in any kind of surgery.
TOUL allows transferring several medical procedures – generally carried out in an operating theatre – in standard outpatient settings, equipped with a focused laminar flow, and to perform small surgeries in complete safety, both for the patient and the doctor, with substantial time and cost savings.
TOUL protects surgical instruments and the operating field in a simple yet effective way, especially when it comes to small operating fields, located on places such as the foot or hand.
Mole, wart, angioma, condyloma, keratosis, basal cell carcinoma, melanoma, sebaceous cyst removal and skin biopsy with mini-surgeries or laser techniques, etc., can be made in outpatient settings in complete safety.
Even tattoo removal – an increasingly widespread practice, even though long and dangerous due to the risk of infection – can be performed in outpatient settings, with TOUL.
Intravitreal injection (IVT) and small procedures
mole removal and small dermatology procedures
skin lesion removal from torso, limbs and face
viral warty (Electrocaustication)
exeresi di xantomi cutanei
skin xanthomas resection
surface foreign bodies removal
abscess incision and draining
sebaceous cyst removal
small tendon cyst removal
frenectomy for short penile frenulum
removal of anal skin tags, and small thrombosed external haemorrhoidal knots
removal or DTC of localized condyloma
small hand and foot surgeries