How to tie a finger trap suture with Dr. Chris Ralphs, DACVS | VETgirl Veterinary Continuing Education Videos

In this VETgirl online veterinary continuing education video, Dr. Chris Ralphs, DACVS at Ocean State Veterinary Specialists reviews how to tie a finger trap suture (otherwise known as a Roman sandal suture or Chinese finger trap) to secure tubes to bodies! This finger trap suture is often used to secure chest tubes (e.g., thoracocostomy tubes), urinary catheters, nasoesophageal or nasogastric tubes, or any type of tube to the patient! Learn it in this VETgirl video!

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