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Metals Commonly Used for Surgical Instruments?

There are many different considerations when choosing a material to use in the medical industry.  The most common metals used for surgical instruments are: Stainless steel Titanium Tantalum Platinum Palladium Read on to learn why these metals were chosen. The metals used for surgical instruments have to adhere to strict criteria. Firstly, Depending on the instrument, the metal used may also need to be fairly ductile, as many surgical instruments are long and thin, e.g. scalpels, forceps, scissors, etc. The surface of the metal needs to be...

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Orthopedic Instruments For Orthopedic Surgeries

Most common types of Orthopedic surgeries include a hand surgery performed to release tendons for the Carpal Tunnel Syndrome or in hip replacement surgery. It is the job of orthopaedic surgeons to help patients restore the functions performed by their skeletal system. Due to this reason, sometimes surgeons have to use extensive instruments like power drills whereas at times they need a very delicate instrument like micro - surgical ones for precise and micro areas. The most popular category: for Orthopedic  instruments is...

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Benefits of black coated surgical instruments

Benefits of black coated surgical instruments Black coated surgical instruments are not only visually more attractive than the stainless-steel ones, there are several other benefits as provided below: -        Non reflective surface reduces eye-fatigue -        Has prolonged life -        Up to 10 times harder than stainless steel -        60% lower wear rate than stainless steel -        Corrosion resistant due to oxidized aluminium coating -        Anti-allergic due to the absence of Chromium...

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