Retractor Holders, Surgical, Automatic
Definition : A frame-like mechanism to which surgical retractors are mounted. The retractors are either blunt or hook-like (sometimes multiple hooks). The retractors are used to hold back the borders of an incision, an organ or tissue, etc., during a surgical intervention.
Entry Terms : "Holders"
UMDC code : 17107
Abbott Vascular Devices
Abbott Vascular, a division of Abbott, is a global leader in cardiac and vascular care with market-leading products and an industry-leading pipeline. Headquartered in Northern California, we are committed to advancing patient care by transforming the treatment of vascular disease through medical device innovations, investments in research and development, and physician training and education.
Mediflex Surgical Products
Since the year 1969, when the Original Surgical Flexbar Flexible Arm was developed by Mediflex's founder, David T. Adler, Mediflex has led the way in designing and manufacturing a wide range of Surgical Holders, Retractor Systems and Instrumentation used in Operating Rooms around the world. Through our collaboration with world famous surgeons such as John Bookwalter, M.D., Mel Greenberg, M.D., and others, Mediflex has been able to offer cutting edge surgical devices which meet the stringent demands of surgeons throughout the world
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