Metzenbaum-Baby Dissecting Scissor

The Xelpov’s Metzenbaum-Baby Dissecting Scissor is a multipurpose instrument with unique design ideal for dissecting delicate and tough tissues during multiple surgeries.

  • Long Shank To Blade Ratio For Better Control
  • Narrow Profile To Increase 360 Degree Access To Surrounding Tissue
  • Tungsten Carbide Variant For Durability
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Description

Our Metzenbaum-Baby Dissecting Scissor is equipped with blunt/blunt tip configurations for appropriate dissection needs. They prevent inadvertent damage to surrounding soft tissues during dissection. The operating scissor is used for dissection of skin, muscle bulk, tendons and fascia. The long shank to bade ratio has dual advantage of deep tissue access as well as better surgical control over dissection. Specifically designed streamlined profile with ergonomic ring handles and innovative rivet screw joint to increase the 360 degree reach of the operating scissor. This makes the scissor ideal for dissection in hard to reach places. The Metzenbaum-Baby Dissecting Scissor is available in both curved and straight varieties to suit different dissection needs. Also includes a tungsten carbide variant to furnish demands for heavy duty instruments. Sharper blades that are more durable and resistant to rust and heat. Crafted in German stainless steel with a glare-free satin finish. The instrument can be sterilized and reused.

Additional Information

Author Name

Metzenbaum-Baby

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Main Category

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Working End Details

Blunt / Blunt

Handle Type

Ring Handle

Joint Type

Rivet / Screw

Overall Length

11.5 cm – 4 ½"

Finish

Satin

Material

Stainless Steel

CE Marking

Yes

Reusable

Yes

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