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BLAKE® Drains and JVAC™ Reservoirs
BLAKE® Drains have four continuous channels that provide greater tissue contact area than regular perforated drains1 and offers multiple drainage routes to resist clogging.1 Due to channel design, removal may be less traumatic to surrounding tissues in comparison to designs with holes.2,3 The J-VAC™ Closed Wound Drainage System is a sterile, disposable, portable system used for closed wound drainage. It consists of two component parts: J-VAC™ Reservoirs and Suction Drains.
Features & Benefits
BLAKE® has four continuous channels that provide greater tissue contact area than regular perforated drains,1 with multiple drainage routes to resist clogging.1 BLAKE® is constructed of silicone with solid center designed for strength and flexibility.
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- Obney JA. A method for mediastinal drainage after cardiac procedures using small silastic drains. Ann Thorac Surg. 2000;70:1109-1110
- Greenberg RL. Use of the BLAKE Drain and J-VAC Reservoir to enhance healing in plastic and reconstructive surgery.
- Hiroshi Niinami, Mimiko Tabata, Yasuo Takeuchi, et al. Experimental Assessment of the Drainage Capacity of Small Silastic Chest Drains. Asian Cardiovasc Thorac Ann. 2006;14:223-226.
- Lancey R, Gaca C, Vander Salm TJ. The Use of Smaller, More Flexible Chest Drains Following Open Heart Surgery. Chest. 2001;119(1)19-24.
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