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Modified Mayfield Skull Clamp

Description: It is designed for rigid skeletal fixation, and allows the surgeon greater freedom in positioning the fixation pins. The 3-point rigid skeletal fixation is designed for the supine, prone, lateral, or sitting positions. Craniotomies can be performed in all positions....
Company:Integra LifeSciences Corporation

Mayfield Triad Skull Clamp

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...
Company:Integra LifeSciences Corporation

Mayfield Radiolucent Headrest System

Description:... The mayfield 2000 series radiolucent headrest system provides r...ction angiography. This system is comprised of the mayfield 2000 series radiolucent skull clamp and the mayfield radiolucent base unit. The...
Company:Integra LifeSciences Corporation

Budde Halo Brain Retractor

Features:...rco-manipulated without retractor arm tension re-adjusent. Low profile click-in blades eliminate obstruction of the surgical site. Compatible with all mayfield Skull Clamps....
Company:Integra LifeSciences Corporation

Mayfield Reusable Child Skull Pins

Features:... Designed for use with all generations of mayfield skull clamps for rigid fixation. Pinpoint penetration assures minimal bleeding and discomfort. Can be ETO or steam sterilized. Child skull pins offer ...
Company:Integra LifeSciences Corporation

Mayfield Reusable Adult Skull Pins

Features:... Designed for use with all generations of mayfield skull clamps for rigid fixation. Pinpoint penetration assures minimal bleeding and discomfort. Can be ETO or steam sterilized. Child skull pins offer ...
Company:Integra LifeSciences Corporation

Mayfield Disposable Adult (plastic) Skull Pins

Features:... Unique finger grooves provide a sure grip for easy removal from the mayfield Skull Clamp. Designed for easy removal prior to skull clamp application. Pop-out packaging provides quick, convenient access to mayfield Disposable Skull Pins....
Company:Schaerer Mayfield USA, Inc.
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