Vacuum Pressure Handle (VPH)

The Vacuum Pressure Handle frees up a hand for the clinician and can be used on multiple syringes during a single operation.  

The Vacuum Pressure Handle easily snaps on and off standard 30cc syringes.

The Vacuum Pressure Handle easily snaps on and off standard 30cc syringes.

Syringe pulled back to first of two locations to control vacuum pressure and aspirate volume.  

Syringe pulled back to first of two locations to control vacuum pressure and aspirate volume.  

Syringe pulled back to second location, increasing vacuum pressure and allowing syringe to fill with desired aspirate.

Syringe pulled back to second location, increasing vacuum pressure and allowing syringe to fill with desired aspirate.

Procedural Steps Using VPH With Manual Tissue Aspiration

Step 1:  Use standard technique to infiltrate the aspiration site with tumescent fluid. 

Step 2: Attach aspiration cannula to the syringe with the vac handle already assembled.  The vac handle has two positons, one at the 15cc mark and the other at the 30cc mark.

Step 3: Insert aspiration cannula into the body and pull back on syringe plunger until it snaps into place at the first notch in the blue vac- handle.   This step now maintains vacuum pressure in the syringe at the 15cc mark.

For additional vacuum, pull back plunger until it snaps in place at the top of the vac handle. This step now maintains vacuum pressure in the syringe at the 30cc mark.