A Surgical Trephine is a small sized, circular blade saw used in veterinary orthopedic procedures to easily remove a part of the bone. These are also called small Bone Saws and have multiple types and variations to be used in various procedures. The most commonly used Stryker saw is an oscillating saw that can cut through bone quickly but will not damage the skin. There are also other types such as Langenbeck Metacarpal Saw 9", Luxation Saw Blade, Liston Amputation Knife, Joseph Bone Saw, Gigli Strully Saw T Handle Modified, Gigli Saw Twisted Wire, Gigli Saw Blades, Charriere Bone Saw, Lindermann Bone Saw 8", Percy Amputation Shield 12", Satterlee Bone Saw 13" Ring Handle Stainless Steel, Bailey Saw Guide 12", Gigli-Strully Saw Handle T-Shape Rigid with snap lock Standard, Charriere Bone Saw 11 1/2" Complete, and Michele Trephine 7". All these instruments have been performance tested for professional surgical use.
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