Clickline Assembly In-service video
in this video, we will show you how to assemble and disassemble click line instruments. We will also demonstrate where to find part numbers for each component and share some other helpful information. A click line instrument is a modular system composed of three pieces. The insert, the outer tube and the handle. The handles come in a variety of styles. They can be ratcheted or non ratcheted, metal or plastic and with comfort grip or without. The outer tubes are available in metal or insulated styles. The standard instruments are five millimeter in diameter and come in lengths of 30 36 43 centimeters. We will now demonstrate how to put a click line instrument together. Step one introduced the insert into the outer tube, pushed the insert all the way toward the distal end. Step two. When the insert is positioned completely inside the outer tube, lock it in place by rotating the jaw a quarter turn clockwise. Step three to ensure the insert is properly placed in the outer tube. We suggest a palm. Check place the tube in a vertical position and press the proximal end against your palm. If the distal jaws open, the insert is placed correctly. If not, the insert will pop out and you will have to repeat. Step two, step four. If you are using a ratcheted handle, release the ratchet first. Keep the handle open, gently push the tube assembly into the handle until you hear an audible click check the instrument by opening and closing the handle. You can also hold the handle upside down, which helps it to remain open and then push the tube assembly into the handle until it clicks. Step five. Close the rinsing ports located on the proximal end of the outer tube with a lure plugs strap. This will prevent gas leakage during the surgery. We will now demonstrate how to take these instruments apart and break them down into separate components. Step one. If you are using a ratcheted handle, release the ratchet first. Keep the handle open and press the button on top of the handle. This will release the tube and insert assembly from the handle lock so you can pull them out of the handle. Step two, rotate the jaw a quarter turn counterclockwise and withdraw the insert from the outer tube. Step three. Open the rinsing, poured by removing the lure plug for cleaning and sterilization. We will now show how to find the part number on each component. The five digit part number on the handle can be found either near the thumb ring or under the Kateri pin. The lot number is usually near the index finger ring the outer tube. Part number is also a five digit number located under the lure plug. Sometimes this number is followed by cm. For the tubes that have centimeter markings or M. For metal tubes. The ce mark and the lot number are printed on the shaft of the tubes. The part number for the insert can be found on the tip of the jaw or on the body of the shaft. This product number will have five digits, followed by 123 capital letters, followed by the lot number, click line instruments. Work with mono polar energy for this purpose. The correct cable for each HF generator needs to be ordered. The mono polar pin can be seen on the handle. Carl Stewart's offers different cables for different generators on the market, these cables matched the mono polar inlet on each generator. They are available as disposable or reusable. We hope you found this tutorial helpful for additional information. Please visit R E I. F. You portal by scanning the QR code or following the U. R. L. On your screen. You can also contact your carl Stewart's representative or on site support technician for further assistance.