A surgical instrument, similar to a hemostat, used by doctors and surgeons to hold a suturing needle for closing wounds during suturing and surgical procedures.
- Features long prongs allowing use of a small retractor in a small, but deep wound
- Staggered depth retractor designed for exposure during total hip and total shoulder surgery
- Used for massive tears and repair of a supraspinatus tear
- Designed to aid glenoid exposure
- Gentle on tissue, effectively holds back subcutaneous fat, and can be useful for retracting the deltoid muscle firmly
- Designed to align an incision during closing
- Helps in the early phase to retract soft tissue comprising of the gleno-humeral joint
All instruments are to be cleaned and sterilized prior to each use. In addition, cleaning and sterilization is also required for the first use of non-sterile instruments after removal from the protective packaging. Effective cleaning and is an indispensable requirement for proper instrument sterilization.
The user is responsible for the sterility of the instruments. Therefore, please ensure that only validated procedures are used for cleaning and sterilization. The sterilization equipment must also be maintained and checked regularly, as well as the validated parameters applied to each cleaning and sterilization cycle.