Collin-Baby Self Retaining Retractor

The Xelpov’s Collin-Baby Self Retaining Retractor is a specialized instrument commonly used in general surgeries as well as orthopedic and gynecological procedures to retract bulky tissues. The broad tips work ideally to coalesce and retract large tissues effectively.

  • Broad Tips For Clean Retraction
  • Curved Shanks For Optimum Placement
  • Finger Ring Handles For Superior Control
SKU: RT-820-00

Our Collin-Baby Self Retaining Retractor comes with special solid blades that are able to retract bulky tissues with ease.

Secures wounds and incision edges and opens them for optimum surgical view.

Especially includes solid blades with special edges that scoop tissues together for a clean retraction. The instrument is available with curved shanks which allows better access to incisions.

The blunt tips also work to prevent inadvertent soft tissue damage. In addition, the instrument has smooth oyer curves which also minimizes trauma to adjacent tissues.

It includes an ergonomic design and is lightweight which allows comfortable handling. Moreover, the ratchet lock allows surgeons to easily lock the instrument in place. In addition, the finger ring handles give surgeons optimum control of the instrument.

The Collin-Baby Self Retaining Retractor is available with an overall length of 20 cm which is ideal for most incision sizes.

Made in premium quality stainless steel with satin finish to reduce glare. The instrument can be sterilized and reused.

Additional Information

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Working End Details

Solid Lateral Blades

Handle Type

Ring Handle

Joint Type

Rivet / Screw

Ratchet / Lock


Overall Length

20 cm – 8"




Stainless Steel

CE Marking




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