Actively separate the edges of a surgical incisions or wounds
Item Product Price QTY
52124 Agricola Retractor, 1.5in. 3X3 4mm Sharp Login
52124P Agricola Retractor, 1.7in, 3X3 Prongs Login
52125 Goldstein Retractor, 1in. 3X3 4mm Sharp Login
52125P Goldstein Retractor, 1in. Login
52126-10 Alm Retractor, 2.75 inch Login
52126-10P Alm Retractor, 3 in, 4X4 Prongs, 2in Spread Login
52126-14 Alm Retractor, 4 inch, 4x4 Prongs Login
52126-14P Alm Retractor, 4in, 4X4 Prongs, 2.5in Spread Login
52127 Castroviejo Retractor, 3.75in. 15X15mm Login
52127P Castroviejo Retractor, 3.75in, Screw-type Adjustable Login
52128-00 Weitlaner Retractor, 2 X 3, 4 inch, Sharp Login
52128-00P Weitlaner Retractor, 2X3, 4.5in, Sharp Prongs Login
52128-02 Weitlaner Retractor, 2 X 3, 4 inch, Blunt Login
52128-12 Weitlaner Retractor, 3 X 4, 5.5 inch, Blunt Login
52128-14 Weitlaner Retractor, 3 X 4, 6.5 inch, Blunt Login
Retractors can be used to actively separate the edges of a surgical incision or wound, or can hold back underlying organs and tissues, so that body parts under the incision may be accessed.
Sharp retractors are better at providing a secure grip and they can safely hold back the skin, muscles, fascia, tendons, or the periosteum but they may damage vessels, nerves, the peritoneum, glands or cysts. Blunt retractors are recommended when iatrogenic injury is a concern. The main benefit of blunt retractors is that they prevent unintended injury to the tissue held by the retractor or to the underlying tissue.