Hooks, Surgical, Tendon

Definition : Surgical hooks designed to temporarily secure tendons by catching and/or pulling them during dissection, excision, and/or to perform other surgical procedures with minimal trauma. These surgical hooks are usually handheld manual stainless steel instruments and are either slightly curved or have a 90-degree angle at the working end and a blunt or sharp tip; the hooks typically include a handle at the proximal end. Tendon surgical hooks usually have a probe tip and have smooth finish, durability and flexibility. Wide tendon hooks with four prongs are also available. They are used during surgical procedures such as tenotomy.

Entry Terms : "Surgical Tendon Hooks"

UMDC code : 32838

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Buxton BioMedical

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Katena Products Inc

Company Type: Parent

Katena Products, Inc. is the largest independently owned American company dedicated exclusively to ophthalmic surgical instrumentation. Katena offers its products to over 7,000 customers in the United States and, through a global network of distributors, to customers in more than 100 countries around the world.

Ortheon Medical

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Toby Orthopaedics Inc

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