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Drills/Engines Parts and Accessories For Sale and Wanted

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NOBELPHARMA FOOT CONTROL DE-200 Drills/Engines Parts For Sale

Part Number: DE200

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February 13  
Rafal Pizon / Medparts24
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Drills/Engines medical equipment refers to specialized tools used in surgical procedures to create holes or openings in bones or other hard tissues. These devices are commonly used in orthopedic surgeries, neurosurgery, and dental procedures. The drills/engines are designed to provide precise and controlled drilling, allowing surgeons to perform procedures with accuracy and efficiency. They are often equipped with various attachments and accessories to cater to different surgical needs.

The uses of drills/engines in medical procedures are numerous. In orthopedic surgeries, they are used to insert screws, plates, or nails to stabilize fractured bones. In neurosurgery, these tools aid in creating openings in the skull for accessing the brain or spinal cord. Additionally, drills/engines are utilized in dental surgeries for dental implant placement or bone grafting procedures. These devices are crucial in ensuring the success of surgical interventions and improving patient outcomes.

The price range for drills/engines medical equipment can vary depending on the complexity and features of the device. Basic models can range from $500 to $2,000, while more advanced systems with additional attachments and accessories can cost between $5,000 and $20,000. High-end models with advanced features and precision can exceed $50,000. The cost also includes the necessary sterilization equipment and maintenance.

Several manufacturers specialize in producing drills/engines medical equipment. Some prominent companies in this space include Stryker Corporation, Medtronic, Zimmer Biomet Holdings, DePuy Synthes, and Aesculap AG. These manufacturers offer a wide range of options, from basic handheld drills to advanced computer-assisted systems, catering to the diverse needs of surgeons and healthcare facilities.