Kirschner Bone Extension Stirrup (184.15mm) (7¼ inch)

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A Kirschner Bone Extension Stirrup is a surgical instrument used in orthopedic surgeries to provide controlled extension and traction of bone fragments. It is typically used in procedures involving the repair of fractures, dislocations, and bone deformities. The stirrup is inserted into the bone and then locked in place with a screw, allowing the surgeon to apply tension or traction to the bone while the repair is being performed. [Internal Item No: 43-3105]