Surgical Blade

Product code: WLHZ-K1
Material: Carbon steel or Stainless Steel
Size:  10, 10A, 11, 12, 12B, 12D, 13, 14, 15, 15A, 15C, 15D, 16, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 22A, 23, 24, 25, 25A, 36.

A surgical blade is a sharp cutting instrument used in medical procedures, usually in surgical settings. It is commonly used by healthcare professionals, such as surgeons, to make precise incisions or excisions in tissues.Here are some key features and considerations of surgical blades:Varieties: Surgical blades are available in various shapes and sizes, each designed for specific purposes. The most common types are the classic #10, #11, #15, and #20 blades, with each having a different blade shape and cutting edge.Material: Surgical blades are usually made of stainless steel, which is durable, corrosion-resistant, and can be sterilized easily. This ensures a clean and sharp cutting edge during each use.Sterility: Surgical blades come individually packaged and sterilized to maintain their sterility. They are typically sealed in a sterile package and should not be used if the packaging is damaged or opened.Handle Compatibility: Surgical blades can be attached to various compatible handles, depending on the specific type of blade. Handles provide a secure grip for surgeons to control the blade during the procedure, allowing for precise cutting movements with minimal risk of slippage.Disposable vs. Reusable: Surgical blades are available as both disposable and reusable options. Disposable blades are single-use, ensuring sterile conditions and eliminating the need for sterilization. Reusable blades, on the other hand, require proper cleaning, sterilization, and maintenance between uses.Safety Features: Some surgical blades come with safety features, such as retractable or shielded blades. These features help to reduce the risk of accidental cuts or needlestick injuries to healthcare professionals, enhancing overall safety in the operating room.It's essential to follow proper handling and disposal protocols when using surgical blades to prevent injuries and contamination. Used blades should be disposed of in sharps containers or similar designated receptacles to ensure safe disposal.Please keep in mind that while I can provide information about surgical blades, it is crucial to consult with a healthcare professional or follow institutional guidelines for specific usage instructions and considerations.


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