ONETRAC Single-Use Cordless Lighted Retractor

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Reusable and semi-disposable (reusable with one or more disposable part or component) surgical retractors and light sources can be costly, require maintenance, and increase risk of cross-contamination when not cleaned properly after each use. Reduce cost, increase efficiency, and eliminate unnecessary risk of cross-contamination by switching to an entirely single-use surgical retractor with integrated LED light source and smoke evacuation channel.  Consider the following OBP Medical survey results:

 

  • 75% of plastic surgeons polled are concerned with the ongoing expense of reusable and semi-disposable surgical retractors

 

OBP Medical’s ONETRAC is a single-use cordless surgical retractor with integrated LED light source and smoke evacuation channel.  This ready-to-use device eliminates the time and expense of reprocessing and reduces the risk of cross-contamination in the surgical setting by making reusable devices and fiber-optic light cables obsolete.  Illumination in the depths of a surgical tissue pocket or cavity can now be met within seconds; no assembly, additional parts/components, or fiber-optic cables required.  ONETRAC is ideal for breast and reconstructive procedures as well as other surgical procedures requiring access, illumination, and retraction of soft tissue.

 

The ONETRAC  light source is powered by low-voltage alkaline button batteries.   Click here to learn more about our batteries.

 

CUT THE CORD and experience first hand what others are raving about:

 

“ONETRAC worked better than our usual autoclaved fiber-optic retractor for inframammary approach to (partial submuscular) breast implant placement.  It’s light weight, sturdy, easy to manipulate, has a very bright LED light to adequately illuminate the pocket, smoke evacuator/suction tube attachment is great design if needed (we did not need to attach suction to evacuate electrocautery smoke).  Plus there is no need to worry about the clumsiness of attached fiberoptic cables or be concerned with the sterility of autoclaved reusable lit retractors.   I recommend using ONETRAC retractor emphatically to plastic surgeons who do breast enhancement. It has become my “go to” retractor for breast implant placement.” Steven Yarinsky, MD, FACS, Board Certified Plastic Surgeon, ASAPS Member Physician

 

“ONETRAC is lightweight and not at all cumbersome.  During my trial case, a breast augmentation, I was shocked at how much this sped up my surgery.  I did not have to stop and rest my shoulder or stretch as I often do.  I did not have to stop and untangle cords and suction tubing. The ease of retraction meant I was able to visualize the surgical pocket more easily, identify structures more quickly, and complete the case faster. The light is cool and the switch is easily accessible by the tech or surgeon which eliminates the potential of the lighted retractor causing an accidental burn or OR fire.   Since these are single use items, there is no waiting time between cases to resterilize equipment.” Danielle DeLuca-Pytell, MD, Board Certified, American Board of Plastic Surgery

 

 

Additional information

Weight 5 lbs
Dimensions 12 x 10 x 7 in
Size & Quantity

C100110 – 135mm x 30mm – 5 / Box (Sterile), C100165 – 135mm x 20mm – 5 / Box (Sterile), C100140 – 90mm x 22mm – 5 / Box (Sterile), C100150 – 40mm x 20mm – 5 / Box (Sterile)

FEATURES

  • Disposable, single-use surgical retractor eliminates risk of cross-contamination
  • Each ONETRAC comes ready for use with its own integrated, ultra-bright, single-use LED light source
  • On/Off switch to preserve illumination strength
  • Smoke evacuation channel for electrocautery
  • No assembly, additional parts/components, or fiber-optic light cables required
  • Revolutionary reinforced nylon material provides exceptional strength and rigidity
  • Angled tip with blunt teeth for improved tissue grip
  • Individually packed sterile

 

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