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Precision Hand Instrumentation: 3.4mm Low Profile

ProductsPrecision Hand Instrumentation: 3.4mm Low Profile
Company Arthrotek (A Biomet Company)
Item Precision Hand Instrumentation: 3.4mm Low Profile
Features 
  • The solid stainless-steel design allows the hand and instrument to move as one. The handle provides more comfort, which can result in less hand fatigue during lengthy surgical procedures.
  • Ergonomically designed handle gives surgeons the strength, durability, and "feel" that they desire.
  • Teflon® bushing in the reduces the possibility of metal-on-metal wear and allows for smoother instrument function.
  • Multiple styles and tip configurations allow access into all areas.
  • Low Profile jaws for easier entry into tight joint spaces.
  • Precision made cutters provide smooth and clean cuts even with the most difficult tissue.
  • Tapered tube design creates increased stability and strength to both the actuator and the tube.
  • Available in a high performance model which includes a spring mechanism that controls both the movement of the finger holes and the instrument top.
  • High performance model offers a high polish finish, which will minimize rust and scratches.
  • Description Arthrotek® Precision Hand Instruments were developed in surgeon's desire to have the most tactile feel, while still having an instrument with the strength to maneuver into tight spaces without the fear of the bending or breaking. Arthrotek Hand Instruments are meticulously designed and manufactured to conform to the surgeon's hand. This new generation of hand instrumentation is equipped with the safety features and qualities surgeons demand. The Arthrotek Hand Instruments are designed with a tapered tube that allows for a low profile while retaining high strength and stability. A variety of tip and shaft combinations are available to meet surgical needs. Low profile, angulated, reverse cutting, and rotary designs offer easy access and maneuverability to restricted areas of the joint. If there is any question regarding a choice of arthroscopy instrumentation... Arthrotek Precision Hand Instrumentation is the Answer.
    Info Arthrotek (A Biomet Company)
    Customer Service: (800) 348-9500
    Web site: http://www.arthrotek.com

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