Cranial Plating Instruments Set

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Dandy Forceps

Price: 425 INR/Piece

Dandy Haemostatic Forceps Curved Sideways. It also known as Dandy Scalp Hemostatic Forceps are used in many surgical procedures usually to control bleeding or the flow of liquids in tubing. They have ring handles just like scissors.

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Hook for gigli saw wire

Price: 225 INR/Piece

Gigli Saw Wire is attached to Gigli Saw Handles

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Director probe

Price: 225 INR/Piece

Grooved Director and Tongue Tie is a stainless steel instrument that contains a probe point on one end typically used to examine the mouth in young children

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Metazebaum scissors

Price: 525 INR/Piece

Metzenbaum scissors are surgical scissors designed for cutting delicate tissue and blunt dissection.

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Gigli saw wire

Price: 40 INR/Piece

Gigli Saw Wire is attached to Gigli Saw Handles

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Dissecting forceps

Price: 225 INR/Piece
  • Supply Ability:100 Per Day
  • Delivery Time:3 Days
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Price: 525 INR/Piece

Surgical scalpels consist of two parts, a blade and a handle. The handles are often reusable, with the blades being replaceable. In medical applications, each blade is only used once (even if just for a single, small cut). The handle is also known as a "B.P. handle", named after Charles Russell Bard and Morgan Parker, founders of the Bard-Parker Company. Morgan Parker patented the 2-piece scalpel design in 1915 and Bard-Parker developed a method of cold sterilization that would not dull the blades, as did the heat-based method that was previously used.[1]

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Brain spatula

Specialty General Instruments-Hooks & Retractors - Retractors Material Finish Stainless Steel Grade Premium Operating Room Units of Measurement Each Manufacturer FBU International. Sterility Non-Sterile Usage Reusable

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Frazier suction tip

The Frazier suction tip with tubing is a thin instrument used for removing fluid and debris from confined surgical site


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