Langenbeck Amputation Saw

Xelpov’s Langenbeck Amputation Saw is widely used to divide bones during amputation surgeries and to remove small processes in orthopedic procedures.

  • Large flat handle for ideal non-slip grips.
  • Slender profile enables optimal surgical access.
  • Sharp serrations that guarantee endurance and reliability.
SKU: OR-014-24

Xelpov’s Langenbeck Amputation Saws assist doctors to treat bone diseases. Surgeons use them to cut parts of bones when they repair fractures caused by trauma or infections. In addition, they help perform amputations to treat limb gangrenes and prevent the spread of sepsis to other tissues.

Surgeons use the handle to place and stabilize the blade on the diseased tissues. Therefore, we designed the handle with a bulky frame to enhance your grip and dexterity. Moreover, the flat profile increases your comfort and prevents hand slips.

You can use the long blade in order to make efficient cuts of bones and fibrous tissues. The blade has a serrated edge to prevent it from slipping from the tissues. In addition, the outer edge is blunt to prevent damage to surrounding structures.

The Xelpov’s Langenbeck Amputation Saw is 24.5 cm long and has a slender profile in order for you to see the blade’s position directly. In addition, we designed other saws for your convenience, like Charriere Amputation Saws. You can use these tools to customize your approach for the needs of every patient.

Xelpov Surgical manufacture these devices from premium grade stainless steel that you can depend on for years of fine service.

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Handle Type

Hollow Handle

Overall Length

24.5 cm – 9 ¾"




Stainless Steel

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