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Bone Tamps

 

Bone tamps are an ideal instrument for managing bone grafts, elevating depressed areas after a fracture, and extracting bone samples from the donor. Moreover, they play a key role in stabilizing and reshaping the damaged bone. They are highly functional instruments used in orthopedic surgeries. The working ends of Bone Tamps can be either cross serrated or bridge serrated to maximize efficiency during the surgery. They are available in multiple variations like Caspar bone tamps, Bone Tamps- Cross serrated, and Bone Impactor to treat various orthopedic problems. The use of stainless material increases the shelf life of Bone Tamps and thus makes them fit for long-term use.

Bone Impactor
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Bone Tamps - Cross Serrated
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Caspar Bone Tamp
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Caspar Bone Tamp

Bone Tamps 

There are plenty of orthopedic surgical instruments to assist the surgeons and team of medical practitioners in the orthopedic procedures. One such surgical tool is bone tamps, specifically used for bone graft management, elevating the depressed areas broken or fractured and extracting the samples of bone from any donor. Bone tamp instruments are highly functional to aid in various orthopedic procedures. For instance, plenty of variations are available in the bone tamps, including the serrated and bridge serrated ones to enhance the user's productivity. There are several variations in the bone tamps, which we will elaborate down below. All variations of veterinary bone tamps are manufactured with German stainless to ensure the incredible durability of the tool for a lifetime.

Caspar Bone Tamp

Caspar bone tamp has a body with an ergonomic design, and it features a phenolic handle and serrated tip. In addition, it has a cross serrated tip to place the wire on the fracture area. This instrument surely aids veterinarians in bone fracture repairing . . . . .