Zielke Bone Gouge Orthopaedic


Type: Gouge
Vendor: Zielke


Zielke Bone Gouge Orthopaedic

Instrument type/name: Osteotomes, Chisels and Gouges.ᅠ

Raw material:ᅠWorking ends: Forgings from stainless steel. Handles: Stainless steel and Tufnol.ᅠ

Technical specifications:ᅠMade from Martensitic Stainless Steel Grade AISI 420 (J1).

Surface:ᅠSilk matte satin finish / polish finish.ᅠ

Main function:ᅠTo score, cut, scrape, clean and sculpt bone. Osteotomes: To shape and sculpt bone, particularly cancellous. Chisels: To cut a window in the bone cortex to allow harvesting of pure soft bone. Gouges: To scoop away strips of soft bone, especially in bone grafting.ᅠ

Where used mostly:ᅠOrthopedic surgery, especially bone grafting (harvesting).ᅠ

Important product features:ᅠ Osteotomes have a working end without a bevel; the smaller versions are suitable for hand surgery. They are frequently used for cancellous bone. Chisels have a working end with a bevel. Osteotomes, chisels and gouges are designed for use with a mallet. They are available in straight and curved models.ᅠ

Useful hints in usage:ᅠBending forces should not be applied to chisel blades. Removable blades should be discarded after use. Great care must be taken to select the proper size, bevel type and force to avoid splitting bone.ᅠ

Special care instructions:ᅠSharp ends are better protected when autoclaved, stored and used with our Sterilisation Baskets. These are available for Lambotte, Hoke and Hibbs osteotomes, Hibbs chisels, Hibbs and Cobb-type gouges.

?Other comments:ᅠThe most popular types are the Lambotte, Hoke and Hibbs.ᅠ

Instrument subtypes:ᅠ

Brand new re-usable surgical instrument. Operating roomᅠquality.

Suitable for hospital, veterinary and dental use.

Conforms to International standard ISO 7153 and British Standard BS 5194.

CE marked and produced in the UK.

Quality checked to ensure no imperfections such as unwanted sharp edges or burrs, reducing the risk of infection and cross contamination.

Easy to clean and sterilise.

Suppliers of surgical instruments to the UK market since the 1920s. Established in the UK since 1978.

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