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Retractor with a lighting system

 

Retractor with a lighting system at the distal end

Principle retractor designed specifically for operations in the lumbar intervertebral hernia, based on 3 rules:

  • Standard Access (expansion, from minimal to extensive): the principle of an open pipe, the blade retractor act as two parts of an imaginary operating tube 10 mm in diameter, during the introduction, they remain closed and later opened to the desired size
  • stability of the retraction

Minimally invasive (endoscopic) neurosurgical spinal surgery, surgery on the neck, lower back surgery, surgery on the sacrum, spine surgery on hernia, hernia surgery for spinal surgery for protrusion of spinal surgery for a herniated disc spine surgery for disc protrusion of spinal hernia removal disk, remove the disk protrusion, the removal of sequestration, the treatment of disc herniation, disc protrusion treatment, endoscopic spinal surgery, endoscopic surgery for hernia spinal endoscopic surgery for protrusion of spinal endoscopic surgery for disc protrusion spinal endoscopic surgery, operations on the cervical, lumbar or thoracic spine, remove the sequester at disc herniation, disc protrusion treatment, endoscopic spinal surgery, endoscopic surgery for hernia or protrusion of the disc, Reel with a lighting system in Moscow

Retractor with a lighting system at the distal end.

 

Advantages of the method used retractor with a lighting system at the distal end

  1. Due to the fact that at the distal end of the medial blade has two small prongs, retractor does not slip off.
  2. Reel can not turn around by chance, because he is fixed on the handle. Handle, in turn, may choose to turn around.
  3. Optimal conditions for the observation: high illumination at depth. Fiberglass fibers are introduced at the distal end of the two retractor blades to provide a good review of the surgical field. Therefore, the surgeon is not required headlight, which makes it possible to conduct an operation with an optical zoom (even when the microscope or loupe) or without it.

 

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