a stainless steel wound closure device, usually removed 7 to 10 days after the surgical procedure.
Removing staples. From Lammon et al., 1995.
A basic dietary item, such as flour, rice, or corn.
a piece of stainless steel wire used to close certain surgical wounds.
staple Surgery A wire-like fastening device composed of steel-based alloys, used to close operative wounds, especially of skin, which minimizes infection by not introducing a foreign body that would connect external and internal body regions. See Surgical closure.
a number of wool fibers naturally formed into a cluster about as thick as a human thumb but varying widely in size. Used with reference to fleeces of fine-wool sheep. Similar structures in longwool fleeces are called locks.
includes staple length, staple strength, staple length variability, and the position of any break in the wool.
force required to break a staple of wool of a given thickness.
Patient discussion about staple
Q. hemorroid stapling dose any one know about this first hand,or had it done themself? mail me if you have!Thanks Hi, I will have this done on 8/4 . I do need to have some info. about it from someone who has had it done what I need to know before hand!HOW MUCH PAIN, BLEEDING ect. Drs can only tell you so much because they do the surgery but not had it done themself. Please let me know soon, Please!
A. I haven't had it done first hand but I do know from people who have done it that it can hurt in the first few days after and there will be slight bleeding, however that is expected decrease dramatically and make the bleeding eventually stop.More discussions about staple