What is a liver retractor used for?
Nathanson Liver Retractor is used to fully support and retract the liver during laparoscopic upper GI surgery, enabling a better view of the operating field.
What is a Nathanson retractor?
The Nathanson Liver Retractor, used during laparoscopic and bariatric surgery, fully supports and retracts the liver. It is inserted through a small incision and has been designed to evenly distribute the weight of the liver. Available in three sizes, in two diameters (5mm and 6.5mm), and come with a knurled post end.
What is a Harrington retractor?
Novo Surgical Harrington Splanchnic Retractor features a long, flexible blade that contains a slightly heart-shaped end. Primarily designed to retract the liver or intestines, the purpose of this style is to help reduce the possibility of damage to these organs.
What is an abdominal retractor?
Sklar’s® Balfour Abdominal Retractor is a self-retaining retractor used in laparotomy procedures. It may also be used for specific abdominal procedures where the abdomen needs to be held open for examination or evaluation, such as cesarean sections and bowel resection.
What is an Army Navy retractor?
US Army Retractor is used to expose surface layers of skin, commonly in plastic surgery procedures. It is a double-ended retractor with a fenestrated handle. The blades at each end are angled 90 degrees and also have a slightly curved, rounded lip. The blades also face in the same direction.
What is a Greenberg retractor?
The GREENBERG Retractor and Handrest is a versatile, three-level system offering space planning, whereby each level has an assigned surgical task. This allows performance with more control and less tremor and fatigue.
What is a Parker retractor?
Novo Surgical Parker-Mott Retractor is a hand-held retractor that is primarily used to pull back soft tissue and spread the edges of a wound in order to enlarge the operating field for the surgeon. The double-ended blades of this retractor are different sizes to accommodate the different areas that may be retracted.
What is an Allison retractor?
Details. Novo Surgical’s Allison Lung Retractor is a surgical instrument used in cardiothoracic procedures in which it is necessary to retract the lungs. This lung retractor is crafted with a solid hooked handle and a flat, spatula shaped blade.
What is a rib Approximator?
What is Bailey Rib Approximator? Also known as bailey rib contractor is a ratcheted bar with two inward facing, rounded claws having sharp teeth. The ratchet bar ensures unidirectional motion i.e. opposes unwanted motion in opposite direction.
Which instrument is a rib contractor?
The Surtex® Bailey-Gibbon Rib Contractor is a specialized instrument commonly used to approximate ribs for suturing….
|Used in Specialties:||Cardiovascular,|
|Product Type:||Rib Contractors,|