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MÉT (the Hungarian Physiological Society) Congress

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Debrecen, HUNGARY

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Brno, CZECH REPUBLIC

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Belgrade, SERBIA

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Timisoara, ROMANIA

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Dresden, GERMANY

IBRO International Workshop 2012

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Szeged, HUNGARY

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Lodz, POLAND

ESC Congress 2011

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Paris, FRANCE

8th IBRO World Congress of Neuroscience

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Florence, ITALY

FAME 2011

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Pécs, HUNGARY

Romanian Physiological Congress

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Targu Mures, ROMANIA

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Tihany, HUNGARY

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Choose from a large variety of high-quality, reasonably priced surgical tools including micro scissors, tweezers, forceps, hemostats, needle holders, retractors, bone cutters, punches, electrosurgery and cautery units, and instrument care products.
 

Surgical Instruments catalogue

Bulk Instrument Packs
12-packs of economical instruments, including a variety of forceps, needle holders and scissors. All sales are final on economy instrument packs.

Ear Punches and Tags
Ear punches are available in 2 diameters - 1mm and 2 mm. Pre-numbered, sequential ear tags for small animal tracking. Stainless steel applicator available.

Electrosurgery
Electrosurgery uses alternating current to achieve cutting and coagulation. The patient becomes part of the electrical circuit and current enters their body. Cautery uses direct current to coagulate. A heated wire or electrode comes in contact with tissue. Vary the voltage of the current and the pattern of electric pulses to achieve your desired cauterizing effect. 

Cutting - Use lower voltage with a continuous AC current to produce heat rapidly and completely vaporize the tissue at the tip of the probe.
Coagulation - Use higher voltage in a pulsed manner to produce heat more slowly. With this method, tissue damage is more widspread (a few mm from the probe) and blood coagulates.

Forceps
Forceps are used to grasp, move, or extract tissue and other objects. They are shaped like tweezers and their tips can have a variety of teeth or serrations. Tissue forceps contain teeth in patterns such as 1 x 2 (also known at rat tooth) to longitudinal 9 x 9 teeth (as in the Adson-Brown). Dressing forceps have either smooth or serrated jaws.

German-made
Not sure whether to choose Standard Quality or German Quality? German instruments are produced in Tuttlingen, Germany, and considered to be the finest instruments in the world. This famous town is home to over 200 surgical equipment companies. The instruments are produced using high quality surgical stainless steel and are hand assembled by highly skilled master craftsmen. Over the years, Pakistan has perfected the manufacturing of instruments and their quality now rivals German-made instruments. Produced with German stainless steel forgings and assembled and finished in Pakistan, these high-quality, corrosion-resistant instruments are available at a fraction of the price of German-made instruments.

Hemostats
Hemostats are used to stop the flow of blood. They have ring handles and a locking mechanism known as a ratchet. The ratchet secures the device and stops blood flow.

Hooks
Small sharp and blunt hooks and spatulas are useful in lifting or moving tissue during surgical or dissecting procedures.

Instrument Care
Caring for and maninting your instruments properly will ensure longevity and optimum performance. Clean with the proper solutions and store in protective cases.

Kits
Save time and money by choosing from a selection of pre-assembled instrument kits useful in many procedures. These kits contain the most popular instruments and are offered at a lower price than if ordered individually.

Knives
Choose from standard stainless steel scalpel blades, microsurgical blades, or sapphire blades

Micro Drill
This micro drill system comes complete and ready to use for a variety of cutting, grinding, and drilling procedures. Carbide ball mills, abrading tips, mandrels, and disks are all included.

Miscellaneous
Accessory items for your surgical or dissecting lab including a surgical table, binocular loupes, bone wax, applicator spears, and more.

Needle Holders, Needles
Needleholders are available in a variety of styles including micro, standard, and cutting. In general, choose a small, micro needleholder for the small surgical needles. The needleholder should grasp the needle firmly and not move when driven through the tissue.

Probes
Our micro tungsten probes are useful for separating cells and other fine work.

Retractors
Retractors open up the surgical site for eaiser viewing and working. A variety of sizes and opennings are available to accommodate the wide range of potential procedures.

Ronguers and Punches
Rongeurs and punches can be used to obtain samples of bone and tissue. All rongeurs and punches have a sharp, cutting edge.

Scissors
An essential tool in surgical and dissecting procedures, scissors are available in a wide variety of styles, sizes, and materials. Choosing the correct scissor for your procedure will result in a much better outcome and improved easy of use.

Surgical Equipment
Medical grade syringe pumps, monitoring devices and drills for surgeries can be found here.

Vessel Clips
Vessel clips are applied to vessels in order to occlude blood flow. They can be reused.

Wound Closure
Skin staples, appliers, and removers are available for wound closure.

Surgical Tool Accessories
Accessories for Surgical Tools, including binocular loupes, guillotines and miscellaneous tools. For information on choosing the right set of loupes, see the Surgical Loupes article.

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