What are bone rasps?

What are bone rasps?

What are bone rasps?

Bone Rasps are specifically designed for orthopedic procedures to shape or trim bone surface and cartilage. They are predominantly used in dental, orthopedic, and other general surgical procedures.

What is a bone tamp?

Bone Tamp is a special surgical instrument designed for use in orthopedic procedures. A good tamp has a bridge-serrated tip or a cross-serrated tip, too. A fracture or trauma to any part of the vertebral column can cause injury to any bone and this can be avoided with the use of a Bone tamp.

What is a bone file?

A rasp or bone file can be used to smooth out the acromial resection. • Attention is paid to the undersurface of the AC joint. • A blunt, double-pronged (Czerny) retractor is extremely useful at this stage.

How do you use a bone rongeur?

To use the rongeur, grasp the two ends with one hand (like pliers), then cut through the exposed bone by taking small millimeter chips away from bone. 9. Continue cutting back the bone until you have enough soft tissue or skin over the bone through which to place a suture without overly stretching the skin.

What is the use of bone curette?

This instrument is used to carefully smooth bone. With a small spoon on the end of the tool similar to that of an ice-cream scoop, a curette allows the surgeon to scrape away bone. The spoon of the bone curette has durable, sharp edges. Its handle may be large and thick, taking up the entire hand, or small and thin.

What is a curette procedure?

A D&C, or dilation and curettage, is a procedure to remove tissue from your uterus. You may need a D&C procedure if you had a miscarriage or abortion. Your healthcare provider can use a D&C and hysteroscopy to diagnose unexplained bleeding. A D&C is an outpatient procedure.

How is a curette done?

The curette will be inserted through the cervical opening into the uterus and the sharp spoon-shaped edges will be passed across the lining of the uterus to scrape away the tissues. In some cases, suction may be used to remove tissues. If you have local anesthesia, this may cause cramping.