Suction Machine For Sale & Rent In Islamabad & Rawalpindi

A suction machine, also known as an aspirator, is a medical device primarily used for removing obstructions — like mucus, saliva, blood, or secretions — from a person’s airway. When an individual cannot clear secretions due to a lack of consciousness or an ongoing medical procedure, suction machines help them breathe by maintaining a clear airway.

Asad Surgical offers high-quality suction machines from leading manufacturers to meet the needs of the health care provider and patients alike in Rawalpindi & Islamabad. Whether you plan to buy or rent your equipment, Asad Surgical is here to help you get the medical equipment you need for your patients.

Our clients range from Home & small clinics to large hospitals. Whatever your needs, our aspirator suction machines, mouth suction pumps, and other medical equipment will exceed expectations.

In practice, care professionals use suction machines as an integral part of a treatment plan when a patient’s airway is partially or completely obstructed. Some common uses include:

  • Removing respiratory secretions when the patient is unable to
  • Assisting a patient who is vomiting while seizing or unconscious
  • Clearing blood from the airway
  • Removing a foreign substance from a patient’s windpipe and/or lungs (pulmonary aspiration)

The History of the Aspirator

The first conventional aspirator was introduced by a cardiologist named Pierre Carl Edouard Potain in 1869. His aspirator was a manual machine that used a pump to drain abscesses and fluid buildup in the chest, to prevent heart failure. When electricity became commonplace and reliable, suction machines transitioned from manual devices to electrically powered devices.

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Many other types of aspirators were invented. Today, several types of suction devices are available for use or rent by both hospitals and patients.

  • Manual suction devices — Manual devices do not use electricity, and their design can be as simple as a handheld bulb that’s used to expel mucus from a child’s nasal cavity. However, it is difficult to use manual suction devices consistently and effectively over a long period of time.
  • Stationary suction machines — For decades, stationary devices were the most common machines, as they were reliable, effective, and consistent. However, their lack of portability left a lot to be desired. Patients couldn’t be treated with a stationary suction machine during transport and it could only provide emergency care within a hospital’s four walls.
  • Portable suction machines — Portable suction machines are growing in popularity due to advances in aspirator and battery technology. Portable aspirators are designed to be lightweight and easy to move or transport, making them perfect for both patients and medical professionals.

    Manual, stationary, and portable suction machines all have their place in a modern care environment. Each has its own set of strengths, and medical professionals may utilize multiple types of suction machines during different phases of treatment.

Common Uses for Suction Machines

Suction machines are often used when a patient is experiencing liquid or semi-solid blockages in their pharynx, trachea, or other oral cavities. However, the ideal suction device may vary depending on a patient’s condition. Here are a few scenarios where patients or professionals may use a portable suction machine.


Portable aspirators are very common in a pre-hospital setting, as they play a crucial role in helping emergency responders establish ABC (airway, breathing, and circulation). In practice, pre-hospital providers often use portable suction machines to treat a variety of patients. This includes trauma victims with blood in their airways, overdose victims with vomit in their airways, and other victims who are experiencing a respiratory emergency.


Most hospitals have rooms that are outfitted with stationary, wall-mounted suction machines. Care teams often use stationary aspirators as a part of standard procedures such as tracheostomies, sinus-related ailments, and tonsillectomies.

However, hospitals often have a few portable devices for certain use cases. For example, if a patient needs an aspirator but there is no wall-mounted aspirator in the patient’s room, the care team will locate and retrieve a portable aspirator instead of moving the patient to another room. Additionally, they’re used to treat patients outside of a room when hospitals are at capacity.

How Portable Suction Machines Work?

Portable suction machines generate negative pressure, which is channeled through a special type of plastic connecting tube called a single-use catheter. The negative pressure creates a vacuum effect that pulls any blood, mucus, or similar secretions out of the throat.

To generate negative pressure and remove secretions, portable suction machines rely on a few key technologies. Here is a shortlist of the most common components within a suction machine.

  • Disposable or rechargeable batteries —Suction machines have powerful batteries to ensure they can provide suction capabilities when a reliable power source is not available.
  • Suction/vacuum pump — The vacuum pump is often located inside of the aspirator. This is what causes negative pressure and is necessary for a functioning suction machine.
  • Connection tubing — This connects the vacuum pump to the collection canister. It should never touch the contents within the collection canister.
  • Sterile patient tubing — Patient tubing attaches to the suctioning tip and carries the patient’s secretions into the collection canister. Sterile patient tubing should be properly disposed of after each suctioning session.
  • Disposable canister — The disposable canister holds the patient’s secretions and often offers overflow protection in case it suctions out too much fluid from the patient. This canister should be disposable to ensure all parts of the suction machine remain sterile.
  • Power cord — Portable suction machines include a power cord for charging near a power outlet..
  • Filters — Ideally, a disposable canister should support the use of bacteria/viral filters to prevent contamination within the aspirator’s inner components. Certain filters can additionally protect against dust and dangerous gases that may otherwise damage the machine.

How to Set Up a Portable Suction Machine?

Before using a suction machine, make sure you have received appropriate training for the device and read the official product manual associated with your aspirator. Since different aspirator varieties have different features, only an official product manual will provide the most precise guidance.

While you are preparing the suction machine for use, make sure you have a few critical items. If these components are not available, the suction machine may not work as intended.

  • A power supply (for some machines, a 12-V DC automotive cable will also suffice if external power is available)
  • A disposable collection canister
  • Aspirator-to-canister connective tubing
  • Patient tubing (also known as the aspirator circuit)
  • A suction catheter or surgical suction accessory (the appropriate accessory depends on the procedure)
  • Spill control solidifiers to safely dispose of liquid biohazards

Once you have all the necessary parts to begin the suctioning process, prepare the machine for use. The general process for setting up a suction machine begins with inspecting the outer components, such as the power cord, for any defects and damages. If all the pieces are in proper working order, connect the aspirator to a power source. For the Asad surgical shop, lock the power cord into place by aligning the cord’s connecter with the triangles on the machine. If a power source is not readily available, ensure the machine is fully charged before beginning to use it.

How to Clean a Suction Machine?

A suction machine has many parts, so frequent cleanings are an absolute necessity. Ideally, medical professionals should clean an aspirator after every use while wearing personal protective equipment to protect against hazardous waste, and then clean the reusable parts in regular intervals to ensure the aspirator and its components are free of dangerous contaminants.

Cleaning the Asad surgical shop is simple. For regular cleaning, wipe down the unit’s housing and vacuum port with a damp, soapy cloth, and then dry it with a lint-free cloth. To disinfect after use, dampen a cloth with a 10% bleach solution and thoroughly clean the housing and vacuum port, taking care to ensure no liquid gets inside the aspirator. Finally, ensure the aspirator is completely dry before storing or reusing it.

Some compounds should not come into contact with a suction machine. Do not allow grease or oil to enter the system or coat the reusable components of your aspirator, and do not expose the inside of the aspirator to excessive amounts of water. Additionally, avoid using hydrocarbon or abrasive cleaners on your suction machine, as they may damage the casing or components.


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