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Aorta Retractor

Aorta Retractor double-ended, blades w/ fine teeth, 1-1/2" (3.8 cm) & 5/8" (1.6 cm) long blades, 1/2" (1.3 cm) wide, 8" (20.3 cm) Cooley Aorta Retractor is ideally used in cardiothoracic surgeries in which aortic retraction is necessary. This instrument is comprised of premium German operating-room grade stainless steel. It is formed into a flat double-ended windowed metal strip with each blade equipped with fine teeth. This retractor is cleanly designed for optimal control when aortic retraction is necessary while allowing the surgical field to remain accessible.

Atrial Valve Retractor

Atrial Valve Retractor Cooley Atrial Valve Retractor is a uniquely designed for use in cardiothoracic surgical procedures. This instrument is used particularly for atrial valve retraction and is perfectly suited to do so because of its bulb shaped handle for firm handling and angled head piece to allow manipulation while leaving the surgical field accessible. This instrument is available in three sizes: small, medium and large all of which are for a right sided approach. A left sided approach instrument is also available to accommodate a variety of surgical uses.

Bailey Rib Approximator

Bailey Rib Approximator Bailey Rib Approximator is ideally used in cardiothoracic procedures. This approximator is uniquely designed with two opposing claw heads to allow the ribs to be brought back to closure. A large dial is used for moving the claws and is held in place by a ratcheting system ensuring delicate precision but maintaining firm hold and stability through the procedure. This instrument is available in two sizes: pediatric and adult.

Bailey-Gibbon Rib Approximator

Bailey-Gibbon Rib Approximator w/ extended three-pronged blades, 6-3/4" (17.0 cm) Baily-Gibbon Rib Approximator is an instrument used in cardiothoracic surgical procedures. This rib approximator comes equipped with extended three-pronged blades which gives it better gripping ability during rib approximation. A ratcheting mechanism with a large dial are used to set the claws at variable spreads and then bring them closer together.

Carotid Retractor

Carotid Retractor Henly Carotid Retractor is ideally suited for cardiothoracic surgical use as a carotid retractor thought it has some other applications as well. The ring handle design makes it easy to manipulate while the addition of the third retractor blade makes it uniquely suited for increased access to the surgical field. A complete set includes a modified weitlaner frame and comes with three center blades.

Cochran Pediatric Retractor

Cochran Pediatric Retractor 6-1/2" (16.5 cm) long Cochran Pediatric Retractors are hand held retractors that can serve many retracting purposes in pediatric abdominal operations. The retractor is offered in a variety of widths to facilitate various procedures and patient sizes. It is made in Germany by expert instrument manufacturers and given a dull satin finish to reduce glare.

Crawford Aorta Retractor

Crawford Aorta Retractor Crawford Aorta Retractor is a specialized surgical instrument made for aortic retraction in cardiothoracic surgeries. This aortic retractor can be used in procedures such as in aortic valve replacement where an incision is made around the aorta and the retractor can be used to expose the valve. This instrument is available in two blade sizes to accommodate a wide array of patients and aortic sizes.

CV Elite – Pediatric Sternal Retractor

Titanium, 2 pairs of interchangeable blades, spread: 2" (52.0 mm), arm length: 1-5/8" (40.0 mm), blades: 3/8" long x 3/5" deep (10.0 mm long x 15.0 mm deep), 3/4" x 3/5" (20.0 mm long x 15.0 mm deep) Pediatric sternal retractor is used in pediatric thoracic operations to separate the chest and allow surgeons to access the heart and lungs. It is made of non-magnetic, blue anodized titanium, and thus is extremely strong and lightweight.

Darling Popliteal Retractor

Direction of widest blade upon placement determines whether left or right, length: 6-1/2" (16.5 cm), spread: 3-3/4" (9.5 cm), large blade: 1-1/2" (3.8 cm) wide x 3" (7.5 cm) deep, small blade: 1" (2.5 cm) wide x 2-1/8" (5.4 cm) deep Darling Popliteal Retractor is ideally used in cardiothoracic surgical procedures. These retractors can be used when surgical maneuvers require manipulation and retraction of the popliteal veins and arteries. The unique scissor handle designs affords optimal maneuverability for delicate placement and retraction. The direction of the widest blade upon placement determines if it is left or right and this instrument is available in both.

Deep Arteriotomy Spring Retractor

Deep Arteriotomy Spring Retractor 3-3/8" (8.6 cm) Deep Arteriotomy Spring Retractor is commonly used in cardiothoracic surgery. It is formed from one piece that is looped into a U-shape with one large loop at the base of the U and one each along each arm. Each arm ends in two slightly curved flag shaped serrated blades. This instrument is also polished to a dull, satin finish to reduce glare under operating room lights.

Finochietto Rib Spreader

Rib Spreader w/ traditional curved arms Finchietto Rib Spreader is designed with traditional curved arms. This instrument is ideally used in cardiothoracic surgeries to create and maintain a space between the ribs to allow clear access to the surgical field. These spreaders come with a traditional slight curvature to the arms giving them a contour that allows a more secure fit and hold. Additionally, this instrument is available in three sizes with varying spread 6", 8" and 10".

Lemmon Sternal Approximator

Lemmon Sternal Approximator 7" (17.8 cm) Adson Aneurysm Needle is an instrument crafted for use in a variety of different procedures. Specifically it is long thin, probe type instrument that features a slight curvature at the end. Additionally it features a blunt-point with an eye that allows for ligatures to be passed behind aneuryms or vessels in surgery. The specialize design of this needle prevents tearing or trauma to the aneurysm as the needle is passed by it to prevent any further bleeding.