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    Got Skin Stapler?

    For those that do not want to learn how to close wounds with a suture, or are too squeamish to do so, there are skin staplers. Their cost has come down significantly over the years.

    Here is one on Amazon I looked up. I do not get any benefit from this link. If you want just go to Amazon and search Skin Stapler, there are several to choose from. This one has 35 staples. Do not forget to buy a skin staple remover as well. So for about $15-$20 you can get a set.

    https://www.amazon.com/Instruments-G...4900872&sr=8-4
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    Good advice.
    I found this one via a recommendation and found it to be valuable.
    https://www.shopmedvet.com/product/89986
    Good folks and speedy delivery. About $69
    Contents:
    Surgical & Suture Kit Contents

    (1) steri strip skin closure
    (1) Regular Skin Stapler w/35 regular staples
    (1) Wide Skin Stapler w/35 wide staples
    (1) Skin staple remover
    (1) 4 1/2in. Iris Scissor
    (1) 4 1/2in. Iris Scissor Curved
    (1) 3 1/2in. Spencer Stitch Scissor
    (1) 5 1/2in. Mayo Scissor
    (1) 5 1/2in. O.R. Scissor S/B
    (1) 3 1/2in. Mosquito Forceps
    (1) 5 1/2in. Mosquito Forceps
    (1) 5 1/2in. Kelly Forceps
    (1) 6 1/2in. Rochester Oshner Forceps
    (1) 5" Webster Needle Holder
    (1) 5 1/2in. Thumb Dressing Forceps
    (1) 5 1/2in. Thumb Tissue Forceps
    (1) #3 Scalpel Handle
    (1) #4 Scalpel Handle
    (1) Surgical Probe-sa
    (5) #10 Carbon Steel Blades
    (5) #11 Carbon Steel Blades
    (5) #20 Carbon Steel Blades
    (10) In-date assorted suture packs
    (20) Assorted adhesive bandages
    (10) Sterile Aauze Dressings
    (4) Antiseptic Towelettes
    (4) Alcohol Pads
    (2) Povidone Iodine Prep Pads
    (2) 5gr Lube Jelly
    (2) .9gr Triple Antibiotic Ointment
    (2) .9gr Bacitracin ointment
    (2) 5"x9" Combie Pads
    (2) 1"x18" Plastic Tape
    (2) 1"x18" Cloth-Silk Tape
    (2) 6" Elastic Bandages
    (2) 4" Stretch Roll Gauze
    (4) 2" Stretch Roll Gauze
    Zippered Case

    Your thoughts kind Sir?
    I always listen to more experienced folks than myself.

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    I have a couple skin staplers courtesy of someone (?) years ago - still sealed up and ready to go. I also have scalpels, blades, sutures, surgical scissors (variety), more bandaging, sterile pads, antibiotic ointments, burn cream, alcohol pads, etc. etc., even an air cast. I hope I don't need to use the heavy duty med supplies but am glad to have them on hand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by prc-104 View Post
    Good advice.
    I found this one via a recommendation and found it to be valuable.
    https://www.shopmedvet.com/product/89986
    Good folks and speedy delivery. About $69
    Contents:
    Surgical & Suture Kit Contents

    (1) steri strip skin closure
    (1) Regular Skin Stapler w/35 regular staples
    (1) Wide Skin Stapler w/35 wide staples
    (1) Skin staple remover
    (1) 4 1/2in. Iris Scissor
    (1) 4 1/2in. Iris Scissor Curved
    (1) 3 1/2in. Spencer Stitch Scissor
    (1) 5 1/2in. Mayo Scissor
    (1) 5 1/2in. O.R. Scissor S/B
    (1) 3 1/2in. Mosquito Forceps
    (1) 5 1/2in. Mosquito Forceps
    (1) 5 1/2in. Kelly Forceps
    (1) 6 1/2in. Rochester Oshner Forceps
    (1) 5" Webster Needle Holder
    (1) 5 1/2in. Thumb Dressing Forceps
    (1) 5 1/2in. Thumb Tissue Forceps
    (1) #3 Scalpel Handle
    (1) #4 Scalpel Handle
    (1) Surgical Probe-sa
    (5) #10 Carbon Steel Blades
    (5) #11 Carbon Steel Blades
    (5) #20 Carbon Steel Blades
    (10) In-date assorted suture packs
    (20) Assorted adhesive bandages
    (10) Sterile Aauze Dressings
    (4) Antiseptic Towelettes
    (4) Alcohol Pads
    (2) Povidone Iodine Prep Pads
    (2) 5gr Lube Jelly
    (2) .9gr Triple Antibiotic Ointment
    (2) .9gr Bacitracin ointment
    (2) 5"x9" Combie Pads
    (2) 1"x18" Plastic Tape
    (2) 1"x18" Cloth-Silk Tape
    (2) 6" Elastic Bandages
    (2) 4" Stretch Roll Gauze
    (4) 2" Stretch Roll Gauze
    Zippered Case

    Your thoughts kind Sir?
    I always listen to more experienced folks than myself.
    prc-104....on quick glance, that looks like a fairly complete minor surgical tray. That would be a fair price for all that comes in it. Added bonus it looks like everything is not packed in one big sterile tray, so you can get to a suture or skin stapler without breaking into a large kit.
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    Good thread, it **** me take inventory. I have a small surg kit, but not as comprehensive as the medvet kit. I also have a stapler (not a red one) but no staple remover. I’ll have to research that. I keep steri-strips in all kits. For someone who has limited medical training, those seemed to me to be the safer bet as opposed to sutures and/or staples, although in a severe condition I would use them. I keep QuickCot around too, although I have heard mixed reviews from ER doctors. All kits have Israeli battle dressings as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patriotic Sheepdog View Post
    prc-104....on quick glance, that looks like a fairly complete minor surgical tray. That would be a fair price for all that comes in it. Added bonus it looks like everything is not packed in one big sterile tray, so you can get to a suture or skin stapler without breaking into a large kit.
    It's a nice kit. I would almost buy it just to save having to dig all the pieces I already have out of the medical tote!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Foster View Post
    Good thread, it **** me take inventory. I have a small surg kit, but not as comprehensive as the medvet kit. I also have a stapler (not a red one) but no staple remover. I’ll have to research that. I keep steri-strips in all kits. For someone who has limited medical training, those seemed to me to be the safer bet as opposed to sutures and/or staples, although in a severe condition I would use them. I keep QuickCot around too, although I have heard mixed reviews from ER doctors. All kits have Israeli battle dressings as well.
    Bill, you need a staple remover if you use skin staples. It is not like a paper staple remover, and will make it almost painless to remove them.
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    He also packed a ton of elastic bandages and other new style stuff in with the kit. I was VERY pleasantly surprised and pleased.

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    Quote Originally Posted by prc-104 View Post
    He also packed a ton of elastic bandages and other new style stuff in with the kit. I was VERY pleasantly surprised and pleased.
    Did you buy this and if so, does everything fit in the case or is it pick and choose?

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    The kit (in the case) looked teeny . Hahaha.
    It came in a extra large ziplok baggy.
    The kit was in the middle (well protected) and tons of stuff packed the kit in the baggy.
    That extra stuff he included was too much to even list out here.
    I'm super pleased
    Almost as good as buying something from JRH. Almost but not quite. Hahaha

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