Bone Reamers & Bone Drills

Bone Reamers & Bone Drills

Bone Reamers & Bone Drills

Bone reamers are used forshaping the intramedullary canal before inserting an appliance or prosthesis. They are manufactured with different shaft and handle shapes in order to meet the required function.

Bone Reamer

Bone Reamers & Bone Drills

Bone Reamer

Perthes Bone Reamer Fig. 1

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Perthes Bone Reamer Fig. 1

Perthes Bone Reamer Fig. 2

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Perthes Bone Reamer Fig. 2

Bone Reamer

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Bone Reamer

Drill Handle With Chuck T-Form - With Key

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Drill Handle With Chuck T-Form - With Key

Key

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Key

Drill Handle With Chuck Langitudinally Board - With Key

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Drill Handle With Chuck Langitudinally Board - With Key

Key

Bone Reamers & Bone Drills

Key

Stille-Sherman Hand Drill Complete With Twist Drill

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Stille-Sherman Hand Drill Complete With Twist Drill

Stille Hand Drill Complete With Twist Drill

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Stille Hand Drill Complete With Twist Drill

Twist Drill Fig. 1

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Twist Drill Fig. 1

Twist Drill Fig. 2

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Twist Drill Fig. 2

Twist Drill Fig. 3

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Twist Drill Fig. 3

Twist Drill Fig. 4

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Twist Drill Fig. 4

Trephine Fig. 5

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Trephine Fig. 5

Spherical Burr Fig. 6

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Spherical Burr Fig. 6

Spherical Burr Fig. 7

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Spherical Burr Fig. 7

Spherical Burr Fig. 8

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Spherical Burr Fig. 8

Spherical Burr Fig. 9

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Spherical Burr Fig. 9

Twist Drill Fig. 10

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Twist Drill Fig. 10

Twist Drill Fig. 11

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Twist Drill Fig. 11

Twist Drill Fig. 12

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Twist Drill Fig. 12

Hudson Hand Drill Complete with 4 Burrs

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Hudson Hand Drill Complete with 4 Burrs

Conical Burr Fig. 1

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Conical Burr Fig. 1

Conical Burr Fig. 2

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Conical Burr Fig. 2

Spherical Burr Fig. 3

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Spherical Burr Fig. 3

Spherical Burr Fig. 4

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Spherical Burr Fig. 4

Cushing Flat Trephine Fig. 5

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Cushing Flat Trephine Fig. 5

Extension Piece

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Extension Piece

Moore Hand Drill Complete with a Set of Twist Drill

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Moore Hand Drill Complete with a Set of Twist Drill

Twist Drills Set of 3

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Twist Drills Set of 3

Martin Hand Drill Complete with Jacobs Chak

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Martin Hand Drill Complete with Jacobs Chak

Jacobs Chuck With Borchardt Shaft

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Jacobs Chuck With Borchardt Shaft

Key

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Key

Bunnell Hand Drill Longitudinally Board With 3 Jaw Chuck and Key

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Bunnell Hand Drill Longitudinally Board With 3 Jaw Chuck and Key

Ralk Hand Drill Longitudinally Board With 3 Jaw Chuck and Key

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Ralk Hand Drill Longitudinally Board With 3 Jaw Chuck and Key

Key

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Key

McKenzie Burr Fig. 7

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McKenzie Burr Fig. 7

Longer shafts are used for reaming long bones like femur for inserting the bipolar prosthetic. The handle is designed to allow surgeons’ a strong hand grip and help them smoothly exert pressure over the medullary bone as in Perthes Bone Reamer. Orthopedic bone drills are used to make hole in the bone so as to enable insertion of nails or screws for various reasons such as applying plates or fixation of broken bone fragments Additionally, a hand drill is a true general-purpose device that can practically replace all air-driven machines with the exception of the bone saw. Drilling, tapping, and screw insertion and removal are easily accomplished by inserting standard instruments into the quick-coupling of the hand drill. Surtex bone drills offers different patterns of hand drills such as Stille hand drill with twist drill, with its convenient T-shaped handle that allow surgeon’s smooth control.Twist drills, trephines, spherical burrs, conical burrs that are used to cut bone segments in neurosurgical procedures are also available in various sizes and they are easily attached to drills’ quick-coupling.