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Insight into Postmortem.

A postmortem examination also called an autopsy, is an examination of the body after death. The purpose of conducting an autopsy is to ascertain the cause of death. Pathologists perform the autopsy. Pathologists are doctors who specialize in understanding the nature and causes of the disease. Peak surgical provides a wide variety of medical supplies necessary for a postmortem procedure.

Let us have a look at its instruments:

Bone Cutting Forceps

Bone Cutting Forceps are extensively employed in veterinary orthopedic tools to cut and operate bones. They are used to bony tissues, cut bones, and operate bone fragments during the pelvis, knee, spinal and other orthopedic surgeries. These dual-action surgical instruments are produced with German stainless, making them durable and robust. Several variants and varieties of bone cutting forceps are available, including Liston Bone Cutting Forceps Straight, Bone Cutting Forceps Angled, Ruskin Bone Cutting Forceps Curved 6" and Ruskin Liston Bone Cutting Forceps.

Bone Holding Forceps

Bone Holding Forceps are surgical tools used in medical procedures involving bone strengthening. These forceps are designed to treat weak bones, such as small phalanx and metacarpal bones, which require small girth tools. Bone-holding Forceps are designed to treat weak bones, such as small phalanx and metacarpal bones, which need small circumference tools.

Chisels In Postmortem

Chisels are surgical instruments intended to cut and shape bones during procedures (for example, dissection and autopsy) performed on the body after death (i.e. postmortem procedures). These chisels are usually robust hand tools with a flat blade with a blade on one side at the distal end and an integral straight or, less often, cross grip. Posthumous chisels for use in autopsy and autopsy. Special posthumous chisels are available to break and open the skeletons of the body.

Clamps In Postmortem:

The clamps hold the objects in place. Whether used to clamp an object to a track or to have two or more things, the purpose of the clamps is to provide the user with a firm grip to accomplish the desired task.

Dissecting Forceps in Postmortem

Dissection forceps or dissection forceps are necessary surgical tools often used by medical practitioners and surgeons in laboratories and clinical facilities. These forceps are used for various postmortem, major, and minor surgery, dressing and dissecting sets. It is made of nylon or steel, and the tips, as surface finishes, include straight as blunt, bent, rat teeth, and fine or flat ends. There are various styles of tweezers to suit many applications where retention or management of tissues and specimens are required. For example, for a postmortem, surgery, veterinary and dental laboratories, an autopsy of tissue specimens and general laboratory use, including small object handling such as indoor slides (coverslips, glass cover) for microscope slides. It can also be used in manufacturing processes where precision and accuracy tasks are performed.

Apart from these, at Peak Surgicals, we also provide other surgical instruments such as Orthopaedic Instruments, Gynaecology Instruments, Cardiovascular Instruments, Ophthalmology Instruments,

ENT Instruments, Postmortem Instruments, Hair Transplant Instruments, and Veterinary Instruments. For more information, our team is a call or message away.

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