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Disposable Circumcision Anastomosis Clutch

  Disposable circumcision anastomosis is mainly composed of the main body shell, staple compartment protection cover, top body, annular cutting knife, staple compartment, suture staple, concave seat, annular knife anvil, safety pin, movable handle, handle bracket, movable connecting piece, mover, positioning adjustment knob and other components.


1. The material of the body is high-strength imported EBS, super glossy material, the whole body of the product shows a warm and soft feeling.
2. The new bell metal rod is formed in one piece, has high strength, and is not easy to break the rod.
3. The unique nut design makes nut tightening more convenient and simple.
4. Cutting blade sharp, cutting strength is higher than the national testing standards, cutting strength is not more than 0.9N.

5. Unique high-density fine nails, sewing density, small pinhole, the unique silicone pad technology to completely solve the problem of the non-removal nails, while increasing the effect of hemostasis. Silicone pad breakpoint design, postoperative can be disconnected by itself, reducing clinical edema serious problems, postoperative off nail effect is obvious, no bleeding.

How to use

1. Choosing the right type of circumcision sutures.

2. Place the glans seat over the glans and adjust the angle to avoid damage to the tether.

3. Fix the foreskin cutting position with your fingers and insert the mobile lever into the center hole to adjust the nut.

4. Pull out the safety pin.

5. Slowly and firmly grip the movable handle to trigger the anastomosis.

6. Reverse the adjustment nut to exit the glans seat.

7. Even incision, neat suture and disinfection of the wound.

8. Check the wound, no problem to do bandage protection.


Disposable circumcision anastomoses and accessories are mainly used for clinical circumcision and suturing procedures.

Comparrison to traditional surgery


Traditional Surgery

IUD surgery

Circumferential anastomosis surgery

Surgery method

Scalpel or laser cutting, sutures for closure

The inner and outer rings are stuck to the foreskin and are ischemic and necrotic and fall off

One-time cutting and suturing are completed, and the suture staples fall out by themselves

Surgical instruments




Surgery time

30 minutes

10 minutes

5 minutes

Post-operative pain

3 days

7 days

1 day

Post-operative stitch removal

Returned to hospital 10 days after surgery to remove stitches

Return to hospital 1 week after surgery to remove the ring

No need to return to the hospital, it comes off on its own

Intraoperative bleeding


Easily cracked after ring removal


Postoperative edema

Prone to

Prone to


Post-operative infection

Open wounds are less likely to become infected

Not fully healed and prone to infection

Open wounds are less likely to become infected

Post-operative rest

Limit excessive strenuous activity for 2 weeks and abstain from sexual intercourse for about 50 days

Limit excessive strenuous activity for 2-3 weeks and abstain from sexual intercourse for about 60 days

Limit excessive strenuous activity for 1 week and abstain from sexual intercourse for about 50 days

Post-operative results

Uneven incision, easy-to-form scars, slow healing

Round and neat incision, slow healing

The incision is smooth and neat and heals quite quickly