TOUL focused laminar flow is a system that removes 99.9% of airborne bacteria and micro-organisms, including Covid-19.
We know that the most feared complication of a prosthetic implant is an infection. The infection rate in plastic and aesthetic surgery in Italy is around 3.7%, and, in general, except for rare cases in which a conservative treatment can be implemented, the prosthetic needs to be removed.
Once a medical device is colonized, bacteria are less vulnerable to antibiotic treatments, due to the biofilm formation. In these conditions, the number of micro-organisms capable of transmitting an infection is lower, and the prosthetic implant act as a vehicle for bacterial dissemination in the surrounding tissues.
In just a few seconds, TOUL creates a sterile air flow directed on the instruments table and/or operating field. It creates a physical barrier, therefore preventing micro-organisms from settling in the surgical wound or on the instruments. The bacterial count on the operating field or on the instruments is reduced up to 95%, without any time restraints.
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