Cranial Rongeurs

Cranial Rongeurs

Cranial rongeurs Cranial rongeurs are surgical instruments utilized for gouging out skull bones in order to open a window for exposing the cranial vault content. The main parts of cranial rongeurs are: handles provided with a spring mechanism which allows the surgeon to smoothly control the pressure exerted on the instrument, and small jaws which can vary in shape and aperture range according to the pattern they follow.
Dahlgren Cranial Rongeur

Cranial Rongeurs

Dahlgren Cranial Rongeur

De Vilbiss Cranial Rongeur

Cranial Rongeurs

De Vilbiss Cranial Rongeur

Cone Cranial Punch

Cranial Rongeurs

Cone Cranial Punch

Bacon Cranial Rongeur

Cranial Rongeurs

Bacon Cranial Rongeur

Adson Cranial Rongeur Straight

Cranial Rongeurs

Adson Cranial Rongeur Straight

Adson Cranial Rongeur Curved

Cranial Rongeurs

Adson Cranial Rongeur Curved

Surtex Instruments manufactures the highest quality cranial rongeurs, including the Adson Cranial Rongeur, which is particularly useful for performing an atraumatic removal of bone pieces during craniotomy procedures. This instrument is available in a straight pattern and a curved pattern, the last one being especially useful to fit the skull shape and reach difficult approaches. Another model is the Bacon Cranial Rongeur, which is featured with slightly angled jaws, enabling the surgeon to exert pressure on the selected cranial bone from different reaches. All our cranial rongeurs are exquisitely crafted using the finest stainless steel, to guarantee our customers will get the highest possible quality devices to adequately equip the operating room.