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Bard-Parker Scalpel Handle

Bard-Parker Scalpel Handle


- handle sizes come in #3, 4 and 7


- handle sizes #3 and 7 are used for small animals and with blade sizes 15 and smaller


- handle size #4 is used for large animals and with blade sizes 20 and larger

Scalpel Blades

Scalpel Blades


- blades tend to be disposable

Hemostatic Forceps

- various types of grasping patterns and jaw serrations


- come in different sizes and straight or curved


- hold and retract blood vessels


- most widely used instrument


- characterized by having rachet, ring end, and box lock

Halstead Mosquito Hemostatic Forceps

Halstead Mosquito Hemostatic Forceps


- used to stop or secure hemostasis of delicate tissue

Kelly Hemostatic Forceps

Kelly Hemostatic Forceps


- used to clamp bleeding vessels


- serrations go 1/2 way

Crile Hemostatic Forceps

Crile Hemostatic Forceps


- secure temporary hemostasis in deep anatomy

Rochester-Carmalt Hemostatic Forceps

Rochester-Carmalt Hemostatic Forceps


- less traumatic


- clamp intestines, bowel, or large vessels

Rochester-Pean Hemstatic Forceps

Rochester-Pean Hemostatic Forceps


clamp large vessels


- very traumatic

Needle Holders

- used to grab and hold suture


- some can cut suture material


- aka "needle driver"

Olsen-Hegar Needle Holders

Olsen-Hegar Needle Holders


- able to cut suture


- one side is grabber, other side is scissors

Mayo-Hegar Needle Holders

Mayo-Hegar Needle Holders


- can't cut suture


- have ridge

Scissors

- used to cut or snip through tissue, to separate tissue, or to cut suture material and wire


- available in all sizes, lengths, and weights


- classified by type of point, shape of blade, or cutting edge

Standard Scissors

Standard Scissors


- can cut suture


- can be used to cut patient drape


- can be sharp/sharp, blunt/blunt, or sharp/blunt

Mayo Dissecting/Operating Scissors

Mayo Dissecting/Operating Scissors


- cut patient drape and dissect tissue


- big, fat, and chunky

Metzenbaum Scissors

Metzenbaum Scissors


-used only on fine tissues and vessels

Littauer Suture Removal Scissors

Littauer Suture Removal Scissors


- remove sutures

Wire Cutting Scissors

Wire Cutting Scissors


- very traumatic


- not used on tissue


- only used to cut cerclage wire or wire sutures

Stapler Remover

Stapler Remover


- removes staples

Lister Bandage Removal Scissors

Lister Bandage Removal Scissors


- cut through bandage material


- always have blunted end

Thumb Forceps

- similar to tweezers


- various types of jaw patterns


- used to grab tissue or dressings


- provide minimal tissue damage when used correctly

Brown-Adson Thumb Forceps

Brown-Adson Thumb Forceps


- grab superficial, delicate tissue

Rat Tooth Forceps

Rat Tooth Thumb Forceps


- used to grab superficial tissue

Cooley and Debackey Forceps

Cooey and Debackey Forceps


- used to grab soft and bony tissue

Tissue Forceps

- same functions as hemostats

Allils Tissue Forceps

Allis Tissue Forceps


- can hold sponges


- holds body wall

Babcock Tissue Forceps

Babcock Tissue Forceps


- atraumatic


- clamp stomach, intestines, and bladder

Doyen Intestinal Tissue Forceps

Doyen Intestinal Tissue Forceps


- hold intestines

Backhaus Towel Clamps

Backhaus Towel Clamps


- attach drape material


- used to hold articles together


- some are atraumatic, others are traumatic

Roeder Towel Clamp

Roeder Towel Clamp


- attach to drape material

Retractors

-used to pull apart edges of incised tissue


- helps surgeon visualize better


- either hand-held or self-retained


- hand-held retractors have several disadvantages:


1) need scrub nurse tech or assistant


2) if patient is small, retractor may interfere

Gelpi Retractors

Gelpi Retractors


- self-retained


- used in orthopedic surgeries

Weitlaners

Weitlaners


- self-retained


- primarily used for spinal muscle retraction

Balfour Retractors

Balfour Retractors


- self-retained


- used to spread wide things i.e. abdominal cavity

Finochietto Rub Spreader

Finochietto Rib Spreader


- self-retained


- spreads ribs

Senn Retractors

Senn Retractors


- hand-held


- used to retract fascia and muscle tissue

Volkmann Rake Retractor

Volkmann Rake Retractor


- hand-held


- retract superficial tissue

Snook Spay Hook

Snook Spay Hook


- used to find uterus and uterine horns during spay

Poole Suction Tip

Poole Suction Tip


- multiple holes for large amounts of fluid

Punch Biopsy

Punch Biopsy


- goes into skin to get sample

Alligator Forceps

Allilgator Forceps


- good for hard to reach places

Orthopedic Tools

- used for repairs and assist in the approach


- bone clamps are designed to prevent crushing of bone when reducing a fracture

Rongeurs

Rongeurs


- used to bite into bones and remove chunks

Gigli Wires and Handles

Gigli Wire and Handles


- used as hand saw to cut and chisel bone


- used to dehorn cattle

Curette

Curette


- helps clean out bone


- used to get bone marrow samples

Mallet

Mallet


- used with osteotome to break or chisel bone

Osteotome

Osteotome


- used with mallet to break or chisel bone

Mouth Speculum

Extractors


Root Elevators

Dental Curette

Hand Scalers