An image of a bone saw.Bone saws or bone saw blades and reciprocating blades are used in many medical devices for orthopedic procedures. These are also referred to as oscillating, sagittal, and reciprocating blades. Some of the more common orthopedic procedures requiring bone saws and reciprocating blade components are:

  • Hip and Knee Replacement
  • Spinal Surgery (Neck and Back)
  • Hand, Wrist, Elbow, and Shoulder Surgery

Bone saws or bone saw blades and reciprocating blades are typically used to cut small and large bones in a way that enables the best surgical outcome for the patient. There are numerous versions of bone saws or bone saw blades that have been optimized for each specific procedure and surgical preference. In addition to the current variety of products, there are many new surgical techniques under development that require sharp edges, bevels, or other sharp features on bone saws or bone saw blades and reciprocating blades for optimized results.

Shaver blades and rotating surgical burrs are used in many medical devices for orthopedic procedures. Some of the more common orthopedic procedures requiring bone saws and reciprocating blade components are:An image of shaver blades.

  • ENT procedures
  • Ligament Repair, such as ACL, etc.
  • Rotator Cuff Repair
  • Arthroscopic procedures
  • Hand, Wrist, Elbow, and Shoulder Surgery

Shaver blades and rotating surgical burrs run on powered handpieces and are typically used to trim tissue in a way that enables the best surgical outcome for the patient. There are numerous versions of bone saws or bone saw blades that have been optimized for each specific procedure and surgical preference. In addition to the current variety of products, there are many new surgical techniques under development that require sharpest possible edges, bevels, or other sharp features on shaver blades and rotating surgical burrs for optimized results.

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