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Punch, WideBiter 15 Up Tip, 3.4 mm 30 Right Curved Shaft

ProductsPunch, WideBiter 15 Up Tip, 3.4 mm 30 Right Curved Shaft
Company Arthrex
Item Punch, WideBiter 15 Up Tip, 3.4 mm 30 Right Curved Shaft
Features 
  • Extremely low profile
  • Highest U.S. made quality
  • Smooth, durable, light-weight, patented ratchet design
  • Lifetime warranty
  • Description The WideBiter Punch series facilitates fast and effective resection of meniscal tears while recreating a smooth, anatomically shaped meniscal rim. The flat, crescent-shaped tip has an extremely low profile to access even the tightest joint spaces. Made in the U.S. at Arthrex California, Inc., 20 years of engineering experience in arthroscopy hand instrument design guarantees unsurpassed strength and sharpness retention. The WideBiter has a 3.4 mm shaft in straight, left, right or up curves, with straight or 15 up tips, to accommodate all portals and anatomical variations. The left and right Rotary WideBiter Punches allow easy access to anterior meniscal tears. Arthrex offers a lifetime guarantee on materials and workmanship on every Series I Instrument.
    Info Arthrex
    Customer Service: (800) 933-7001
    Web site: http://www.arthrex.com

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