Hebu Oscillating Saw
Oscillating Saw by Hebu medical GMBH Model HB8894 Gold II
Work precisely and safely with the surgical instruments from HEBUmedical. Our product range includes bandage and plaster scissors, naubs and battery powered oscillating saws and a variety of different saw blades. A highlight are here the titanium and non-stick saw bladed. All models are also available or retrofit with dust extractor.
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INTRODUCTION OF HEBU OSCILLATING SAW
Our products are exclusively intended for professional use by personnel and may only be appropriately trained and qualified acquired by them. By purchasing this instrument, you are now the owner of a high quality product whose use and correct handling are described in the following. In order to minimize possible risk please observe these instructions car s to patients and users, efully. Use, disinfection, cleaning and sterilization may only be performed by suitably trained specialist personnel.
The use of Oscillating saw is mainly in the following areas: Finger Ring Saws : The Oscillating saw is used in various procedures. Th out by suitably trained and qualified specialist personnel. Amputating and Resection Saw ; Plaster saw ; e procedure may only be carried Saw blades, plaster saw : The instrument is used in various surgical procedures in orthopedics. The procedure may only be and qualified specialist personnel. Wire saw: carried out by suitably trained The instrument is used in various surgical procedures. The procedure may only be carried out by suitably trained and qualified specialist personnel. Nasal Saws : The instrument is used during ENT procedures. The procedure may only be carried out by suitably trained and qualified specialist personnel.
Intended Use Oscillating saw
Finger Ring Saws: A hand-operated instrument for cutting rings and other jewelry on fingers or on the body, e.g. on the penis, if this jewelry can not be otherwise removed. The scissors-like instrument has a toothed cutting disc and a thin pad which slides under the ring or jewelry to be removed. The user manually moves the blade by turning the handle on the side of the instrument. It is a reusable instrument.
Plaster Oscillating saw: A manually operated hand cutting instrument, with a short, curved, serrated blade. It is used for sawing or cutting a plaster cast. Oscillating saw is typically a one-piece stainless-steel product with a handle at the proximal end. It is a reusable product. Saw blades, plaster saw: A flat, metallic, surgical instrument, usually made of stainless steel, with a serrated edge for cutting bone and tissue. The incisors are arranged in an arc. The product is reusable.
Amputating and Resection Saw: A surgical hand instrument that is commonly used in orthopedics to cut bone or other body tissue by sawing movements. this machine typically consists of a metal frame with a handle that holds a replaceable blade with cutting teeth firmly in a straight line.
oscillating saw can also have a fixed blade with a straight or curved cutting edge. It is a reusable instrument intended for transient use.
Nasal Saws: A flat, metallic, surgical instrument, usually made of stainless steel, with a serrated edge, as an accessory to a rigid hand saw used to cut bone / tissue by a directed pressure. The incisors are in a straight line along the cutting edge, which cuts as the saw moves forward and backward by hand. It is a reusable instrument intended for transient use.
Wire saw: A rotary cutting instrument consisting of a stainless steel shaft and a carbide and/or diamond cutting head with serrated or smooth cutting edges at the working end, in various shapes, designed to fit into a suitably powered handpiece that provides the rotation that allows the user to ablate soft or hard cranial tissue. It is a reusable instrument intended for transient use.