This elevator has the same function as a regular dental elevator, but is thin and narrow and has a longer blade to facilitate removal of roots or bone fragments. Choosing the right size handle - a standard or a stubby (short) handle? It is a great advantage to have two different sizes of handles to choose between, when selecting your luxators/elevators. It is important to have full control over the instrument, otherwise it can slip andhurt the patient. If you can put the blunt end of the handle in your palm and almost reach the tip of the instrument with your index finger, then the dental instrument is the right size for your hand.
Entire set of all sizes of KRUUSE luxators with stubby handles. See list of instruments in further information.
The set consist of: 282342 KRUUSE Luxator, 1 mm, stubby handle 282343 KRUUSE Luxator, 2 mm, stubby handle 282344 KRUUSE Luxator, 3 mm, stubby handle 282345 KRUUSE Luxator, 4 mm, stubby handle 282346 KRUUSE Luxator, 5 mm, stubby handle. Each instrument can be purchased individually. The sets are sold in nice boxes. It is advisable to sterilize and store the instruments in a clean environment.
A multi purpose retractor. Used to retract and protect the tissue and the user when working with a drill. Each end also has a specific function: One holds back the cheek, while the other holds down the tongue.
NONIN PalmSAT® 2500 VET has been purpose-built for the veterinary market.
Measures exact oxygen saturation in % and the pulse frequency. The pulse frequency can measure up till 450 beats per minute. Works with ordinary AA batteries (up till 60 hour) or rechargeable AA batteries (up till 45 hours).
The compact and intuitive AG Cuffill device is an accurate solution for measuring cuff pressure and controlling the volume of air in the cuff of the ET Tube.
Its pocket-size and syringe-like design allows a simple and easy operation by vets, nurses and technicians. The operation of the device is the closest to the existing common practice, i.e., filling the cuff with a syringe.