＊Work for Microsurgery
Bear Medic has developed high quality and products mainly for micro-surgery products, making use of the experience of manufacturing watches originally and the precision processing technology cultivated by it.
Especially, "Micro Nylon Suture Needle" and "Disposable Micro Vascular Hemostatic Clip" are our representative products.
For more than 30 years, in Japan, our products has been highly valued from many microsurgers and have achieved a high market share.
From now on, we focus on the global market in full swing, and contribute to medical care more than ever.
This clip was produced in 1980 by Dr. Susumu Tamai, Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Nara Medical University, one of the pioneers of microsurgeons who succeeded in replantation of a completely cut thumb first in the world in 1965. It was the first disposable plastic clip in the world.
In Japan, it has been widely used for more than 30 years, mainly for reconstructive microsurgery.
CE marking is under preparation.
It will be available in the beginning of next year.
On the other hand, USP 12-0 to 8-0 thread sizes are available and it can satisfy the demand of all microsurgery.
＊Process of threading to needle.
First, use a microlaser on the back the needle to make a hole, and then put a thread into it by a skilled craftsman's hand and carefully tighten it with a uniform pressure of 360 degrees.
By this manufacturing method and technology, the very clean finish on surface of needle-thread jointed part can be realized with no burr.
Therefore, when the needle passes through a tissue, it does not get
stuck and very smooth suturing is possible. On the one hand damage to the patient's tissue is minimized, on the other hand it can realize to maximize the doctor's precise operation.
The product mount has an integral scale, which represents the length of thread as it is.
In case it is necessary to adjust the thread length in advance, it can be cut to a suitable length before taking out the product. (It is also possible to cut scaled mount together with thread)