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Scissor, Left Curved Tip, 3.4 mm Straight Shaft (a)

ProductsScissor, Left Curved Tip, 3.4 mm Straight Shaft (a)
Company Arthrex
Item Scissor, Left Curved Tip, 3.4 mm Straight Shaft (a)
Features 
  • Extremely low profile
  • Highest U.S. made quality
  • Smooth, durable, light-weight, patented ratchet design
  • Lifetime warranty
  • Description The Arthroscopy Scissor is ideal for excising soft tissue more efficiently than a punch without tissue debris in the joint. The serrated edge on the straight scissor helps to maintain sharpness as well as hold tissue within the jaws for more efficient resection. The curved scissors, available in left and right jaw curvatures, are the perfect tools for ACL stump removal, meniscectomies and soft tissue excision. The profile of the curved scissors will pass through an 8.25 mm cannula for use to arthroscopically cut sutures after knot tying in shoulder procedures using suture anchors. Both scissor styles, as with all Arthrex Series I Instruments, are manufactured to the highest quality standards with over 20 years of experience in manufacturing manual hand instruments. Arthrex offers a lifetime guarantee on materials and workmanship on every Series I Instrument. Lifetime sharpening service is included with the purchase of any scissor.
    Info Arthrex
    Customer Service: (800) 933-7001
    Web site: http://www.arthrex.com

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