• Medical Instruments Part 2

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    April 1, 2017 /  Composer & Instrument
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    This article is about the Twenty-One different types of surgical instruments. We publish editorials on describing in detail about dilator, pessary, forceps and other medical tools.

    Medical Instrument: Castro Viejo Use: Suturing Other Info: Used for both non-locking and locking, a fine needle driver for nerves and small vessels.

    Medical Instrument: Cobb elevator Use: Elevating & blunt dissection

    Medical Instrument: Corneal Shield Use: Eye Protection Info: During the facial plastic surgery the corneal shield is used to defend the eyes & always used with an eye lubricant such as lacrilube to prevent corneal abrasions.

    Medical Instrument: Cottle Elevator Use: To dissect Info: Regular to ENT nasal sets

    Medical Instrument: Curved Allis Use: Grasping Info: During a tonsillectomy procedure its used to grasp the tonsils.

    Medical Instrument: Curved Dissector Alias: Maryland Grasper, dolphin nose Use: To dissect Info: Can be connected to a cautery cord & often is used to ligate vessels to cut during cholecystectomy surgery.

    Medical Instruments: Doyan Rib Rasp Use: Dissection Info: Common to the thoracic set.

    Medical Instrument: Davis Mouth Gag Use: Tor retract Info: Connected to the mayo stand to place the mouth open during a tonsillectomy.

    Medical Instrument: Electrocautery Pencil Use: Cutting and coagulation Info: Needs a grounding pad for the patient & plugs into the electro surgical unit (ESU) for coagulation & cutting of tissue.

    Medical Instrument: Freeman Retractor Use: Retraction Info: a tool used in cosmetic surgery, hand held.

    Medical Instrument: Burford Finochietto Use: To retract Info: Mainly used for to retract and spread the rib cage during the thoracic process.

    Medical Instrument: Finochietto Blade Use: Retraction Info: Variable in size, attached to a finochetti retractor.

    Medical Instrument: Four Pronged Skin Hooks Use: Retraction Info: You can occasionally find a small skin retractor in a surgical instrument sets.

    Medical Instrument: Frazier Suction Tip Use: Suction Info: Mainly found in orthopedic surgery and ENT.

    Medical Instrument: Freer Elevator Use: blunt and elevating cutting Info: Typical in smaller orthopedic surgeries.

    Medical Instrument: Guarded Osteotome Use: Cutting Info: Used for cutting septal & nasal bone during a rhinoplasty.

    Medical Instrument: Gelpi Use: Retraction Info: Self-retaining retractor generally in spine surgery.

    Medical Instrument: Shallow Gelpi Use: To retract

    Medical Instrument: Heaney Needle Holder Use: To suture Info: Recognized by the curved jaw.

    Medical Instrument: Hemo Clip Applier Use: Ligation Info: Used to ligate vessels available in both disposable and non-disposable varieties.

    Medical Instrument: Hoen Elevator Use: For big cutting

    Medical Instrument: Hoke Osteotome Use: Dissection

    Presenting an article discussing the different types of surgical instruments. HNM Medical publishes editorial describing in detail about surgical procedures and surgical instruments such as pessary, forceps, dilator and other medical tools.

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    This “Medical Instruments Part 2” article is by Rick O.

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