Ribbon Strabismus Scissor

The Xelpov’s Ribbon Strabismus Scissor is a specialized instrument used for dissection of ocular muscles to correct the strabismus in eyes. It is also used for dissection of delicate structures in ENT, plastic and general surgeries.

  • Long Blades To Increase Access To Deep Tissues
  • Streamlined Design For Superior Control
  • Ribbon Ring Handles For Comfortable Handling
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Description

Our Ribbon Strabismus Scissor comes with blunt handles for blunt dissection of tissues. Cuts fascia, blood vessels, muscle tissue, internal soft tissue as well as sutures. Especially includes flat blades that slice through tissue with ease. They also prevent tugging and tearing of surrounding tissue preventing damage. Moreover, the blunt tips also help to protect soft tissue from piercing injuries. In addition, the smooth outer edges of the operating scissor allow it to glide through tissues with ease. The instrument has long blades that increase access to deep tissues. It is also available in straight and curved variants. The straight variety is ideal for superficial dissection. The curved variety is better for deep dissection of tissues. The Ribbon Strabismus Scissor includes special ribbon handles that ensures comfortable handling. Also includes streamlined design and light weight to reduce user fatigue. Made in German stainless steel with satin finish to reduce glare. The instrument can be sterilized and reused.

Additional Information

Specialty

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Sub-Category

Working End Details

Blunt / Blunt

Instrument Profile

Ribbon Type Shanks

Handle Type

Ring Handle

Overall Length

10 cm – 4"

Finish

Satin

Material

Stainless Steel

CE Marking

Yes

Reusable

Yes

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