Orthopedics

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    Verbrugge Bone holding forceps
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    Kern bone holding forcep
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    Lowman bone holding forcep
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    • Freer Elevator
    • To remove periosteum
    • Frequently used to manipulate bone fragments
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    Key Elevator

    Used to scrape periosteum from bones
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    Cobb Elevator

    • Commonly used to elevate muscle and soft tissue away from bone
    • May have cylindrical or hexagonal handle
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    • Chandler Elevator
    • Soft tissue elevator
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    McGlamry Elevator

    • Very common in Podiatry
    • Used to elevate metatarsal head
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    • Lambotte Osteotome
    • Straight or Curved
    • To cut bone
    • Used with a mallet
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    • Hoke Osteotome
    • Curved or straight
    • To cut bone
    • Used with a mallet
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    Leksell Ronguer

    • Larger, angled cutting tip
    • Double action
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    • Hartman Rongeur
    • Small nose
    • Single action
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    • Liston Bone Cutter
    • Single or double action
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    • Pin/Wire Cutter
    • To cut K-wires and Steinman Pins
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    • Pituitary Ronguer
    • Cuts bone or soft tissue in deep or confined spaces
    • Commonly used in spinal surgery
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    Kerrison Punch (Ronguer)

    • Cuts bone or soft tissue in deep or confined spaces
    • Commonly used in spinal surgery
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    Bone Rasp

    • To smooth rough edges
    • Single or double ended
    • Many varieties available
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    • Bone Currette
    • To scrape bone
    • Curved or straight
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    • Hohmann Retractor
    • Levering retractor
    • Also available in mini size…“Baby Hohmann”
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    • Bennet Retractor
    • Levering retractor
    • Anchors on bone while retracting soft tissue
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    • Cobra Retractor
    • Levering retractor
    • Anchors on bone while retracting soft tissue
    • Narrower than Bennet
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    • Hibbs Retractor
    • Soft tissue retractor
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    • Charnley Retractor
    • Self retaining
    • Most commonly used in hip surgery
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    Bone Hook
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    • Murphy Bone Skid
    • AKA “Hip Skid”
    • Approx. 12” long
    • Commonly used to elevate femoral head in hip arthroplasty
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    • Lead Hand
    • To retract fingers out of the way
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    • Bone Tamp
    • To impact bone
    • Commonly used to tap bone grafts in place
    • Used with a mallet
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    • Bone Awl
    • To perforate bone
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    • Oscillating (sagittal) Saw
    • Blade moves side to side
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    • Reciprocating Saw
    • Blade moves back and forth
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    Power Drill
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    • Drill Accessories - Jacobs chuck and chuck key
    • Hold drill bit
    • Requires key to tighten
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    • Drill Accessories - Quick connect chuck
    • Holds drill bit
    • Bit snaps into place
    • Does not require key
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    • Drill Accessories - Pin Collet 
    • For driving pins and wires into bone
    • Squeeze trigger to grip pin
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Orthopedics
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