Manual Vacuum Aspiration (MVA) Kit

Manual vacuum aspiration or MVA is a procedure used to remove the womb's pregnancy remnants. It employs gentle suction while you are awake and under a local anesthetic. This can be used instead of a general anesthetic in a theatre. This is used to treat miscarriage victims and situations when tissue remains after a miscarriage.

Aspiration kits are a reliable and appropriate method for managing the evacuation of the uterine cavity between 5 and 12 weeks of pregnancy or for concurrent endometrial curettage. MVA can be carried out under local anesthetic and may be carried out in an Outpatient department setting, which not only frees up valuable operating theatre space but also saves money. A sterile Double aspiration valve device is used for quick uterine aspiration or evacuation during gynaecological procedures.

Before the surgery, a vacuum of up to 610-660mm Hg pressure can be created using sterile, single-use equipment with a unique locking double valve system. The suction is precisely and instantly released upon depressing the twin valve finger-tip control. This lessens the likelihood of "slow" progressive suction pressure, which can cause uterine bleeding when the vacuum is insufficient.

What does the MVA kit contain?

  • Speculum or tenaculum
  • Sterile gauze (e.g., 4 X 4 pieces)
  • Scissors
  • Betadine or Chlorhexidine
  • Anesthetic (e.g., 10-20 mL of 1% lidocaine)
  • It is optional to dilute with NaCL or add sodium bicarbonate or epinephrine)
  • 18g needle to draw up medication
  • 22g 1 12" or longer needle to attach to syringe
  • 10 MLS
  • Vacuum aspirator
  • Either manual or electronic Dilators
  • Tubing (is helpful if the care provider is using an electric vacuum aspirator)
  • A Pyrex dish
  • A lightbox is required.


  • Utilized in the manual aspiration process (Medical termination of pregnancy)
  • Medical-grade polypropylene used in construction
  • MTP Syringe, Karman Cannula, and Lubricating Oil are included in the kit
  • The MTP Syringe provides high vacuum suction during the abortion procedure
  • Smooth cannula for atraumatic cannulation with a rounded tip and smooth eyes
  • Both single-valve and double-valve syringes are available
  • Sizes 4mm to 12mm of the Karman Cannula SMD 800 are additionally available individually

Product Description


  • Sterile, individual pouch pack with a peelable seal
  • One single-valve syringe, lubricating oil, and a 6, 7, 8, or 10 mm cannula are included in a single-valve syringe pack
  • The components of a single pack of double-valve syringes are as follows: one double-valve syringe, connectors, lubricating oil, and four to twelve-millimeter cannulas
  • The finished pack is finally boxed up
  • 50-box carton
  • Master Carton dimensions are 640 x 398 x 825mm; Gross weight is 24 kg


  • The Manual Aspiration method uses an MTP Syringe. (Medical Pregnancy Termination
  • Made of polymerized polypropylene
  • A syringe that has been specially developed to apply suction during a surgical abortion method
  • Syringes with a single valve and two valves are both available
  • During a procedure, an MTP Syringe provides high vacuum suction

Cannula Karman

  • Non-toxic plastic construction
  • Rounded tip, smooth catheter surface
  • With a universal connecter for connecting to suction equipment, they include smooth-edged eyes near the tip for trauma-free insertion and come in sizes ranging from 4mm to 12mm.

What will occur along the process?

A vaginal pessary (misoprostol) will be administered an hour before the surgery to soften the cervix. Before the procedure, we will also give you a painkiller (diclofenac suppository). The rear passage is where you administer this to yourself. We'll then take you to the operating room. Per our request, your legs should be in stirrups while lying on the couch.

A tube-shaped instrument called a speculum would next be inserted into your vagina. During the process, this will remain in place. Your cervix will get an injection of local anesthetic (numbing medication). The cervix is then gradually dilated or extended. The leftover pregnancy tissue is extracted from the womb using a tiny suction tube.


The adoption of manual vacuum aspiration (MVA) as a safe and practical alternative method of uterine evacuation is one of the most crucial strategies for avoiding complications of unsafe abortions globally. This technology benefits national health systems in numerous ways, including decreased service delivery costs, more comprehensive access to post-abortion care at lower-level medical facilities, and fewer severe medical consequences.

However, the equipment used for MVA differs in quality, cost, and local availability. The procedures and standards developed for all of these tests may be crucial future guides for evaluating products that were not evaluated (such as new products and those that were not accessible at the time of the evaluation), in addition to offering helpful information about how the instruments evaluated withstand real-life conditions.

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