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General Orthopedic Instruments – Kirschner Wires
Peak Surgicals aims to supply high-quality General Orthopedic tools to its consumers. Our manufacturers make all general orthopedic instruments using high-quality German stainless steel. The instruments are dependable and long-lasting. We provide a large selection of general orthopedic instruments. These are produced using high-quality materials and cutting-edge technology for various medical requirements. We offer a wide range of orthopedic instruments available in a variety of sizes and types. These bone instruments are designed to provide excellent performance and are easy to sterilize.
What are Kirschner Wires?
Kirschner wires, also known as K wires, are sharpened metallic wires (stainless steel) that are used to keep bone fragments together (pin fixation) or as an anchor for skeletal traction. In orthopedics and other forms of medical and veterinary surgery, K wire (Kirschner wire) is commonly used in various surgical processes. To keep the pieces in place, these wires can be bored into the bone. These bone instruments can be implanted either percutaneously (through the skin) or subcutaneously (below the skin).
K-wires are commonly used to support a broken bone and may be removed once the fracture has healed. Threading on some K-wires helps prevent movement or backing out of the wire, but it can also make them more difficult to remove.
K Wire (Kirschner Wire) normally necessitates the use of a plaster cast.
Here are some advantages of using K Wire:
It is a cheap tool and is cost-friendly.
Accessible to everyone
It can be entered by hand (with a T-handle), but it may also be inserted with a drill if thermal harm is avoided.
Removal is simple.
Place your order for these bone instruments at Peak Surgicals today.