Various Sizes and Coatings Available for Deaver Retractors Used in Surgical Procedures

2023-04-12 21:44:04 By : Ms. Yvette Young
, Deaver Retractor, Marina Medical Instruments, Surgical Instruments, Medical Instruments

Are you looking for high-quality surgical instruments for your operation rooms? Look no further than Marina Medical Instruments, a trusted supplier of medical equipment since 1979. One of our most popular products is the Deaver Retractor, an essential tool for surgical procedures.
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The Deaver Retractor comes in various blade sizes and lengths, including 2.5cm, 3.8cm, 5.1cm, and 7.6cm, to accommodate different surgical needs. For larger incisions, the Deaver Retractor with a handle and a blade size of 10.2cm might be the best option. On the other hand, the 1.9cm blade size is ideal for smaller incisions.

At Marina Medical Instruments, we also offer a Laser Coating option for our Deaver Retractors, providing a non-reflective surface that reduces glare in the operating room. Additionally, we have a Non-Conductive Deaver Retractor, which prevents electrical currents from passing through the tool during electro-surgical procedures.

Our Deaver Retractors are made from high-quality stainless steel, ensuring durability, strength, and resistance to corrosion. The blades are sharp, allowing for precise dissection and retraction of tissues during surgery.

Retractor blades are a crucial tool for surgical procedures, ensuring that the surgeon has a clear and unobstructed view of the surgical site. The Deaver Retractor, in particular, is designed to retract abdominal tissues and organs during laparotomy procedures. It is also useful in orthopedic and neurosurgical procedures.

In conclusion, Marina Medical Instruments offers a wide range of Deaver Retractors, suitable for various surgical procedures. Our attention to detail and commitment to quality make us the preferred choice for medical professionals around the world. For any inquiries or orders, please contact us today.