Dermatology Surgery Instruments

Report
Created by Aimee Cooper, CMA
Objective
To learn the specialized instruments
used in Dermatology Surgery
 To be able to properly set up Mohs and
Excision/Closure trays
 To obtain instruments needed by
provider in a timely manner
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Mohs Tray
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Instruments needed:
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1 medicine cup
1 blade handle
1 adson forceps w/teeth
1 lrg currette
1 sml currette
1 cvd hemostat
1 str hemostat
1 ragnell scissor
Mohs is a non-sterile tray. Proper PPE is necessary (i.e. non-sterile
nitrile gloves)
Additional items needed for a complete tray are:
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15 blade
Non-sterile hyfrecator tip
Non-sterile hyfrecator sheath
1 light cover
Non-sterile cotton tipped applicators
Sodium Chloride in medicine cup
Excision/Closure Tray
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Instruments needed:
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2 medicine cups
1 blade handle
1 adson forceps w/teeth
1 skin hook
1 sml metzebaum scissor
1 cvd hemostat
1 str hemostat
1 lrg metzebaum scissor
1 needle holder
1 bishop harmon forcep
Excision/Closure is a sterile tray. Proper PPE is necessary (i.e. sterile gloves)
Additional items needed for a complete tray are:
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15 blade
Sterile hyfrecator tip
Sterile hyfrecator sheath
1 light cover
Sterile cotton tipped applicators
Sodium Chloride in medicine cup
Providone-Iodine Swabsticks (3’s) OR Hibiclens
Adson Forceps w/Teeth
Bishop Harmon Forceps
Currette
Blade Handle
Hemostat- Curved & Straight
Beaver Blade Handle
Castroviejo Needle Holder
Iris Scissor
Metzebaum Scissor
Needle Holder
Ragnell Scissor
Skin Hook
Tenotomy Scissor
Mohs Tray Set-Up
Excision/Closure Tray Set-Up

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