Self Retaining Retractors
During orthopedic operations, self-retaining surgical retractors are used to retract tissues and organs of a surgical site. Retractors are widely used to hold open an incision or injury while causing no damage to the nearby structure. Moreover, these retractors allow free movement of the surgeon or technicians' hands during an operation. Self-retaining retractors have prehensile blades that use a pin, ratchet, or brace to hold the tissue apart by themselves. There is a huge variety of of Self Retaining Retractors, which includes Inge Retractor 9 1/2" Custom Tip, Inge Retractor 6 1/2" Custom Tip, Stifle Retractors, Davis, Speed Lock, Lamina Retractor 11" Leverage Shaped Concave Blades Adult Size, Inge Neroma Retractor 6 1/2" With Crossover Tips, Inge Modified Spreader Custom Tip 4 Speed Lock Pediatric 6 1/2", Vertebra Spreader 5" With Ratchet (Cloward Style) 3/4" Spread, and Stifle Retractor 6 1/2" Crossover Tip Action.
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