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Retractors are the surgical instruments used to hold tissue and organs away from the surgery area. There are types of hand-held retractors that feature both blunt and sharp ends for pushing body parts out of the way while a surgeon is performing. Self retaining retractors are designed with the ability to lock into place so that another surgeon or assistant does not need to hold back the hand-held retractor
Clamps are generally used as a method of blocking the flow of blood and other fluids during operations. Clamps are scissor-shaped tools that have interlocking teeth which prevent excessive or fatal blood loss during the surgery.
Handheld hinged ENT Instrumentation, used for grasping and holding tissue or objects. Nasal speculum, hand held device allowing entry into nasal cavity.
Bone cutters are designed to penetrate with a sharp edge or to separate bones in two parts. These devices are manual, non-powered instruments with one or more sharp edges; some bone cutters include two cutting blades and two short handles working on a pivot resembling forceps or cutting pliers. Bone cutters are mainly used in orthopaedic surgical procedures and in oral surgery.
Various range of hand held, non-powered surgical instrumentation for use during Orthopaedic surgery, range include Osteotomes, Chisels, Retractors, Hooks, Trephines and more.
Free life time sharpening applies to all Chisels, Gouges & Osteotomes purchased direct from Platts & Nisbett and branded with the trade mark.