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Bone Cutting Forceps

 

These instruments are used during the pelvis, knee, spinal, and other major surgeries. The forceps are strong enough to cut and dissect bones, bony tissues, and fragments. Besides, they are also used to grasp and extract the bones during veterinary orthopedic surgeries. A wide range of bone-cutting forceps is available including Bone Cutting Forceps Angled, Liston Bone Cutting Forceps Straight, Ruskin Liston Bone Cutting Forceps, and Ruskin Bone Cutting Forceps Curved 6". The use of German stainless material makes them high-quality veterinary orthopedic instruments. 

Liston Bone Cutting Forceps Straight
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Orthopedic Bone Cutting Forceps

The medical bone-cutting forceps are designed to cut and manipulate the bones. It aids in manipulating bone fragments from several body areas, including the knee, spine, etc. For instance, it is more often used in orthopedic procedures. This surgical tool comprises a double-action mechanism to help the surgeon in several surgical practices. There are several types of bone-cutting forceps that we will elaborate on below.

1. Ruskin Liston Bone Cutting Forceps

This instrument boasts a single-action and double spring with backward and forward angled blades. This tool is suitable for cutting out small-sized bones. We promise the cortical bone and dividing the bone structures. It has sharp blades that can cut out the bone smoothly. 

2. Liston Bone Cutting Forceps Angled

It has a narrow structure to reach the narrow spaces. Moreover, these tools come in different sizes making them highly suitable for various invasive procedures. And that’s not all; it aids the veterinarian in cutting and manipulating the boney structures. Another thing that makes . . . . .