Sterile needle holder
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You will receive your goods between the 30.03.2023 and 03.04.2023
Peha-instrument Needle Holder from HARTMANN
The Hartmann Peha-instrument needle holder is sterilely packaged as a single-use instrument and is therefore particularly hygienic in use. According to its design, the surgical instrument can also be referred to as a Mayo-Hegar needle holder. This straight needle holder is made of brushed steel and is 12 or 14 cm long.
Peha-instrument needle holder - At a glance
- Disposable instrument made of brushed steel
- Length: 12 or 14 cm
- Type: Mayo-Hegar, straight
- Individually packed
- Green labeling prevents mixing with reusable instruments
- Peelable labels on each individual package
- sterile shelf life of 5 years
Peha-instrument needle holder - The details
Hartmann's stainless steel needle holder resembles surgical clamps in appearance and design, but was made specifically to guide surgical needles. This makes the disposable instrument ideal for suture placement.
Hegar needle holders are particularly distinguished by their long, slender shape. Such slim needle holders can be opened and closed easily even in the depth of the body. In addition, these instruments have a specific insert in the jaw, which allows surgical needles to be held in a particularly stable manner.
The Peha instruments from Hartmann bring you many advantages. Thanks to the sterile individual packs, the effort required for cleaning, sterilization, disinfection, packaging and personnel can be reduced. The use of disposable instruments also prevents cross-contamination and guarantees you maximum hygiene. The single use and accurate labeling of surgical instruments makes medical documentation much easier. Contaminated single-use instruments can be collected and disposed of just like commercially available reusable instruments. The plus: steel is recyclable!
Scope of delivery
- 25 Peha-instrument needle holders according to Mayo-Hegar
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This item is not eligible for returns.