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Sugi® Rhino-Long

Disposable Absorbent Swabs

Sugi® Rhino-Long are ideal for absorbing blood and secretion from the wound area during endoscopic nasal surgery. The sponge material made of pure cotton and regenerated cellulose can absorb up to 20 times its own weight in aqueous solutions in less than 3 seconds. Sugi® absorbent swabs can also be used as a vehicle for vasoconstrictor medication. The highly biocompatible swabs and strips have exceptional tear resistance.

Advantages and benefits

  • Due to the fast absorption and the very high absorbent capacity only a few swabs are necessary

  • Complete moistening of the entire mucosal surface with aqueous or antibiotic medication

  • Hemostatic effect by gentle, soft compression of the mucosal surface 

  • No remaining fibers on wound surfaces or on optical instruments 

  • Easily extractable with the removal cord 

  • High tensile strength 

  • Various applications 

  • Highly biocompatible 


  • Preoperative, intraoperative and postoperative: as a tamponade and as a vehicle for aqueous or antibiotic medication especially during septoplasty, septal rhinoplasty, conchotomy, paranasal sinus surgery 

  • Preoperative: for transport of vasoconstrictor medication to the mucosa of the surgical field 

  • Swabs for use in endoscopic ENT surgery 

  • Swabs for use in rhinosurgery of the skull base 

  • Used in various specialist fields to absorb blood and secretion intraoperatively 


31778 Sugi® Rhino-Long, 40 x 12 mm sterile, 10 x 4 pcs.

Further products of interest

Endopad and Anti Fog Set

Sugi® Endopad / Sugi® Anti-Fog Set

Disposable endopads for secure cleaning and simultaneous application of an antifogging agent to the endoscope optic

Rhino Strips and Sheets

Sugi® Rhino Strips / Sheets

Disposable absorbent strips and sheets for use during nasal operations on the base of the skull and tamponing after (endoscopic) ENT operations


Sugi® Rhino Swabs

Disposable nasal surgery swabs with retrieval cord for use in endoscopic ENT surgery