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ProductsShaw-SHIP Rod
Company Sgarlato Labs
Item Shaw-SHIP Rod
Features 
  • Low inflammatory response
  • Extremely easy to work with
  • Can be used in the PIPJ or DIPJ
  • No special tools needed
  • Description Sgarlato Lab's bring a new standard in the field of hammertoe implants with the Shaw-SHIP Rod by Sgarlato Labs. Made of medical grade silicone, these durable and lasting implants will leave your patient with a high level of flexibility while maintaining correct toe length and shape. The Shaw Rods are available in varying stiffnesses. Lengths are determined by the surgeon for each custom application.
    Info Sgarlato Labs
    Customer Service: (408) 626-9600
    Web site: http://www.sgarlatolabs.com

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