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Cushing Brain Spatula

Cushing Brain Spatula double-ended Cushing Brain Spatula is a unique instrument designed for use in neurosurgical procedures. It is double ended which makes it like having two tools in one with one side being larger. Each end features a slightly cup shaped depression that can be used for scooping. Additionally the scoops still maintain a flat profile that allows this instrument to be used more traditionally as a spatula for handling and maneuvering delicate brain tissue without causing injury via tears or by causing ischemia. This spatula is available in three different sizes to satisfy a variety of patient needs and surgeon preferences.

Cushing Pituitary Spoon

Cushing Pituitary Spoon silver plated, 9-1/4" (23.5 cm) Cushing Pituitary Spoon is a specialized instrument uniquely suited for use in neurosurgical procedures in which the pituitary gland is involved. These procedures include hypophysectomies which is the surgical removal of the hypophysis and can be used in treatment of conditions such as Cushing's syndromes. The scoop shaped ending of this spoon allows it to be optimally used in removal of tumors. Additionally this spoon is silver placed and comes in five different sizes to suit a number of surgical scenarios.

Scoville Brain Spatula

Scoville Brain Spatula double-ended, 8" (20.3 cm) Scoville Brain Spatula is an instrument for use in procedures such a craniotomies that require manipulation of brain tissue. This spatula is double ended with one end features a small blade while the other end features a larger blade. These blades are blunt which allows them to be used in handling of delicate brain tissue without causing tears or other types of injury.

Silicone Brain Spatula

Silicone Brain Spatula copper coated black silicone, malleable Silicone Brain Spatula can be used in many ways especially as an extension of the surgeons hands and aids in handling of the delicate brain tissue during neurosurgical procedures such as craniotomies. In these types of procedures there is increased manipulation of these soft tissue layers and an these spatulas are designed to make this interaction as atraumatic as possible. This spatula is made of copper and coated with black silicone and gives this instrument some malleability. Additionally it is available in four widths: 4.0 mm, 6.0 mm, 9.0 mm and 11.0 mm to satisfy a vast array of surgical needs.