Soft goods and misc instruments (Nicola)

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sterile, non-adherent gauze dressing with bacteriostatic action; used frequently on ortho cases and for burn victims

Xeroform

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drape abdomen during procedure or to hold stockinette on during total knee/arthroscopy procedures

Steri-drape/Ioban

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elastic wrap bandage

Ace bandage

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self-adherent dressing

Coban

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cotton mesh gauze; absorbent

Kling

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Adhesive dressing; wound pad is sealed off from contaminants.

Coverlet

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woven cotton mesh gauze; absorbable

Kerlix

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4x4 gauze dressing sponges

4x4

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patient is not prepped under fingernails; stockinette or sterile glove is used to separate unclean area from prepped area

Stockinette

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cotton, soft dressing placed under tourniquet

Webril

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moisten in warm water; wrap wound; hold limb in place until cast material hardens

cast material

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suction drainage system

Jackson Pratt (JP) drain

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spring-action suction drainage system

Hemovac

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round tubing attached to Jackson-Pratt or Hemovac

round drain

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tubing attached to JP or Hemovac which has a fluted end

blake drain

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tubing attached to JP or Hemovac which has a flat end

flat drain

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refined and sterilized bee's wax; used on cut edges of bone to seal off oozing

bone wax

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used on extremities to keep operative site free of blood

tourniquet

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rubber or latex; wrapped around limb to exsanginate before tourniquet placement

Esmarch

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hemostasis on the scalp; may be disposable.

Raney clips

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cauterizes only what is between the two tips of the forcep

bipolar forceps/cord

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oxidized regenerated cellulose

Surgicel

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absorbable gelatin sponge

Gelfoam

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Microfibrillar Collagen

Avitene

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irrigate and clean wound site

Pulse-vac

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bone cement

Methyl Methacrylate

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skin closure

skin stapler

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used to suspend a finger/the arm during surgery or prep

finger trap

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to hold fractured bone ends in place until they heal; ORIF

Bone plate

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used to elevate periosteum from the bone or to manipulate bone fragments

Elevators

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Freer Cobb Langenbeck Joker

types of elevators

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used to remove bites of bone

Rongeurs

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used on backs and neuro

Kerrison

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3Kerrison Adson Stilleleur/gooseneck/double action Leksell/double action

types of Rongeurs

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to scrape/scoop out small areas of bone

Bone curettes

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various types; tip must match head of screw

Screw drivers

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to file uneven bone ends or sharp edges

Rasp

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used as a hammer - various sizes

Mallet

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to manipulate bone fragments

Bone hooks

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used to reduce small fractures

K-wire

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used with a mallet to cut sections of bone

Osteotome

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used to cut bone (amputations) or to cut between burr holes of a skull flap

Gigli saw blade with handles

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used to keep fingers in extension while repairing severed tendons of the hand

Lead hand

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used to secure broken bone until plate/screw or rod are inserted

Lane Bone Clamp

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heavy scissors used to remove bandages or cut tubing; also used in OB/GYN during C-Section to cut the uterus and umbilical cord.

Bandage scissors

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handheld retractor - retracts soft tissue during spine surgery

Bennett (aka: Cobra) retractor

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handheld retractor

Cobra retractor

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wound exposure during hip surgery

Hibbs Retractor

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maintains exposure of bone during surgery; various sizes; large size used during knee and hip surgery.

Hohmann retractor

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used during placement of screws, wires, pins

Drill and hose

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straight or curved.

Cushing pituitary rongeur