Iris Scissors 4.5" Curved, Ceramic Coated, Supercut - 1.1631-11SCC
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In most surgeries, scissors are among the most commonly and widely used instruments. The type of scissors used depends on the surgical procedure. For example, the scissors used for eye surgery must have fine sharp short blades, and the Iris scissor is the instrument of choice. Also, known as Iris forceps, these scissors are available in both open and closed shank versions. There are two configurations or versions of these scissors - iris scissors curved and iris scissors straight. The SKU of this Iris curved ceramic-coated supercut scissor is 1.1631-11SCC.Product Description
Iris scissors are used in ophthalmic procedures and other surgical procedures in dermatology and plastic surgery. The instrument is sharp, which enables it to dissect fine tissues and remove fine sutures precisely.
The tips of the Ceramic Coated Supercut Iris scissors are curved and sharp. The length is 4.5 inches. The material used in the manufacturing process is German stainless steel. It is also ceramic coated for improved performance and increased durability. The handle features two finger rings which offer a comfortable grip. These scissors are non-sterile.Beneficial Features of Ceramic Coated Supercut Iris Scissors 1.1631-11SCC Provided by Robbins Instruments
- The tip configuration of these scissors has one serrated blade and one bevel blade and is sharp/ sharp. This provides a smooth and excellent distal cutting capability.
- The micro-smooth ceramic coating provides a surface that resists corrosion. Also, minimized friction means less wear and tear.
- The handle of these scissors feature finger rings which allow for a comfortable grip.
|Product Type||Iris Scissors|
|Tip Style||Curved, Ceramic Coated|
|Material||German Stainless Steel|
|Length (English)||4.5 inch|
|Length (Metric)||11.5 cm|
|Manuf / Supplier||Robbins Instruments|
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