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ProductsMayfield Triad Skull Clamp
Company Integra LifeSciences Corporation
Item Mayfield Triad Skull Clamp
Features 
  • Pin Control Innovation
  • Visual Indicators Provided
  • Added Patient Safety
  • Description The Mayfield Triad Skull Clamp, compatible with the full line of Mayfield products, gives visual indication of clamping force on all three skull pins and also provides the user with the possibility of adjusting the force on the pins. The clamping force can easily be increased or decreased by adjusting the pin carriers with a hex wrench conveniently mounted on the clamp.
    Info Integra LifeSciences Corporation
    Customer Service: (800) 654-2873
    Web site: http://www.integra-ls.com/

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