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Subject: Suggested Tray for Aspiration and Injection Procedures
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Fenestrated drape, if desired
Skin preparation materials (see Appendix E) and gauze or swabs to apply them
Two 10-mL syringes
Needle (20 or 21 gauge, 1 inch long) for drawing up injecting solution
Needle (21, 22, or 25 gauge, 1.25 inches long) for aspiration or injection
Hemostat for stabilizing the needle when exchanging the medication syringe for the aspiration syringe
Lidocaine hydrochloride (1%, without epinephrine) stock bottle (20 mL)
Steroid of choice (e.g., triamcinolone [Kenalog] 40-mg/cc multiuse bottle for soft-tissue injection and 0.5 mL [20 mg] of methylprednisolone acetate [Depo-Medrol] and 2 mL of 1% lidocaine without epinephrine for joint injections)
Adhesive bandage or sterile bandage
Robbins Instruments, Chatham, NJ. Web site: http://www.robbinsinstruments.com.
Sklar Instruments, West Chester, PA. Web site: http://www.sklarcorp.com.
Surgical911.com, Old Saybrook, CT. Web site: http://www.surgical911.com.
Allegro Medical Supplies. Phone: 1-800-861-3211. Web site: http://www.allegromedical.com.
VaxServe Scranton, PA. Phone: 1-800-752-9338. Web site: http://www1.vaxserve.com/.