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We rebuild and repair all MAYFIELD INTEGRA base units and components including the skull clamps and headrest. Thread repair is just one part of the service. Quotes far below O.E.M. and timely turn... view more

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Surgical Instruments

Surgical instruments are essential medical equipment used in various surgical procedures. These instruments are meticulously designed and crafted to aid surgeons in performing precise and delicate tasks during operations. They are typically made of high-quality stainless steel to ensure durability, corrosion resistance, and ease of sterilization. Surgical instruments come in a wide range of types and sizes, each serving a specific purpose. Common examples include scalpels, forceps, scissors, retractors, needle holders, and clamps.

The uses of surgical instruments span across multiple medical specialties, including general surgery, orthopedics, neurosurgery, gynecology, and more. Scalpels are used for making incisions, forceps help in grasping and holding tissues, scissors are used for cutting, and retractors assist in holding incisions open. Needle holders are used to hold and manipulate sutures during wound closure, while clamps are used to control bleeding or secure tissues.

The price range for surgical instruments varies depending on factors such as the complexity of the instrument, the manufacturer, and the quality of the materials used. Basic instruments like forceps or scalpels can cost as low as $10-$20, while more specialized instruments can range from $50 to several hundred dollars. Complex instruments used in advanced procedures may cost even more.

There are numerous manufacturers in the space of surgical instruments, each offering their own range of products. Some well-known manufacturers include Medtronic, Johnson & Johnson, B. Braun Melsungen AG, Stryker Corporation, and Integra LifeSciences Holdings Corporation. These manufacturers have established their reputation for producing high-quality surgical instruments that meet the stringent requirements of the medical community. Additionally, there are smaller manufacturers and specialty companies that cater to specific surgical specialties or offer unique instrument designs to meet specialized needs.