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  1. Equine Polansky Vaginal Speculum

    Polansky Vaginal Speculum

    Polansky Vaginal Speculum is designed for large animals, It is used for diagnostic examinations and other procedures. It holds the labia open so the vaginal vault can be viewed for swabs taking or direct medication to the uterus. it can also be used during the urinary catheterisation of a female.

    Medical Tools Polanksy Speculum is made of surgical stainless steel it can be processed for frequent sterilizations and long life, with its butterfly screw its simple to operate, simply turn the hand screw until desired opening is achieved.

    Measurements: Length from end to end of the entire instrument is 17 inches with a maximum spread of near 5 inches. The length from end to end of the speculum blades is 13-3/4 inches.

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  2. SURGICAL/DENTAL INSTRUMENTS MANUFACTURING STEPS

    SURGICAL/DENTAL INSTRUMENTS MANUFACTURING STEPS

    Instruments Manufacturing Steps

    1. Steel
    The quality of steel is very important in the production of quality instruments. The best you select the best you produce. In order to ensure the finest of quality steel, we have imported or best quality local steel as required by valued customers.

    2. Forging
    Forging is a process of cutting shaped raw instruments with the help of dyes and hammers. Here, the skilled hands give life to the metal and give it the rudimentary shape that will go through series of complicated processes.

    3. Forging Inspection
    At this stage, forged tools are checked to ensure no piece contains any cracks or is reshaped beyond acceptable limits. Checking the quality of raw instruments for: -
    a. Shape fault
    b. Broken

    4. Machining

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  3. PEDIATRIC FORCEPS, 150 AND 151S

    PEDIATRIC FORCEPS, 150 AND 151S

    Pediatric Forceps – Dental Forceps Blog

    Pediatric Forceps
    Forcep to remove Maxillary deciduous teeth are as follows
    • 150s
    • 151s

    The pediatric forceps #150S is used to remove maxillary deciduous teeth and is a scaled down version of the #Dental Forceps – 150. The # Extracting Forceps – 151S, a smaller version of the Extracting Forceps – 151, is used to remove mandibular deciduous teeth.

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  4. TAIL DOCKING – A PREVENTATIVE MEASURES TO AVOID INJURIES

    TAIL DOCKING – A PREVENTATIVE MEASURES TO AVOID INJURIES

    Tail docking has become a pretty big issue over the past decade. Many people see it as cosmetic surgery, and feel it is unnecessary, and therefore cruel. This sentiment is not restricted to tail docking, but also includes dewclaw removal, ear clipping, and de-clawing of cats.

    I can only speak for the common procedures of the gun dog world, where it is not uncommon to see dogs with docked tails and dewclaws removed. People who hunt with dogs, or those who have field dogs, know that these procedures are done to prevent injury to the dog while in the field. I don’t want my dogs to suffer repeated injury because I failed to take the necessary precautions. Because of this, I feel that we as gun dog owners should do our best to educate the public and let people know that these are not simply cosmetic procedures, but rather&nbsp

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  5. TAIL DOCKING IS PERFORMED ON THE FOLLOWING BREEDS OF DOG

    TAIL DOCKING IS PERFORMED ON THE FOLLOWING BREEDS OF DOG

    Tail docking is performed on the following breeds of dogs.

    1. Australian Terrier
    2. Bouvier des Flandres
    3. Boxer
    4. Bracco Italiano
    5. Brittany
    6. Cane Corsa
    7. Clumber Spaniel
    8. Cocker Spaniel
    9. Dobermann
    10. English Springer Spaniel
    11. Fell Terrier
    12. Field Spaniel
    13. German short-haired pointer
    14. German wire-haired pointer
    15. Giant Schnauzer
    16. Glen of Imaal Terrier
    17. Griffon Bruxellois
    18. Hungarian vizsla
    19. Irish Terrier
    20. Italian Spinone
    21. Jack Russell Terrier
    22. Kerry Blue Terrier
    23. King Charles Spaniel
    24. Lakeland Terrier
    25. Large Munsterlander
    26. Lucas Terrier
    27. Miniature Pinscher
    28. Miniature Poodle
    29. Miniature Schnauze
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  6. MANDIBULAR MOLARS FORCEPS

    MANDIBULAR MOLARS FORCEPS

    Mandibular Molars Forceps

    Lower Jaw Molar Extracting Forceps

    There are several popular extraction forceps for the mandibular molars, including the

    • #15
    • #16
    • #17
    • #217
    • #222.

    FORCEPS #15

    Forceps #15areused to remove mandibular first and second molars. The beaks have concave inner surfaces with a pointed projection on the tips. These forceps work well in grasping the crown with the two projecting tips extending to the bifurcation between the two roots on mandibular third molars. The left handle on the #15 has a finger rest.

    FORCEPS #16

    Dental-Forceps No. 16 and Dental-Forceps No. 16s are used to remove mandibular molars. The #16 forceps are nick named mandibular cow horns when they are open. The left handle on the #16 has a finger rest.

    FORCEPS #17

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  7. DENTAL EXTRACTION FORCEPS FOR LOWER JAW

    DENTAL EXTRACTION FORCEPS FOR LOWER JAW

    Mandibular Incisors, Cuspids, and Bicuspids – Dental Forceps Blog

    Mandibular Incisors, Cuspids, and Bicuspids
    Dental Extraction Forceps for Lower Jaw

    Two commonly used extraction forceps for the mandibular anteriors and bicuspids are

    • Dental Forceps No. 151

    • Dental Forceps No. 203

    FORCEPS #151
    Forceps #151 are used primarily to extract mandibular anteriors, bicuspids, and roots and are often known as the mandibular universal forceps. These forceps are similar to the #150 forceps except the beaks are set at an angle opposite to the slightly curved handles.

    FORCEPS #203
    Forceps #203 are used on mandibular anterior, bicuspids, and roots. These forceps are like the #101 (mentioned l

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  8. SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS PASSIVATION – RUST PREVENTION

    SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS PASSIVATION – RUST PREVENTION

    How Instruments are made resistant to rusting and reacting with acidic elements during the operation. 

    The removal of exogenous iron or iron compounds from the surface of stainless steel by means of a chemical dissolution, most typically by a treatment with an acid solution that will remove the surface contamination but will not significantly affect the stainless steel itself”

    In addition, it also describes passivation as “the chemical treatment of stainless steel with a mild oxidant, such as a nitric acid solution, for the purpose of enhancing the spontaneous formation of the protective passive film.”

    In layman’s terms, the passivation process removes “free iron” contamination left behind on the surface of the stainless steel as a result of mac

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  9. ORTHODONTICS INSTRUMENTS

    DENTAL ORTHODONTICS VIDEOS AND ORTHODONTICS INSTRUMENTS

    Orthodontic Videos

    • Brushing with Braces
    • Orthodontic Jaw Expander, How to Turn
    • Adults and Orthodontics
    • Flossing with Braces
    • Orthodontics in American culture
    • Palatal Orthodontic Anchor (intrusion) placement
    • Orthodontics – A new way to get Braces
    • Modified expansion appliance – interceptive orthodontics
    • Braces Orthodontics Power Chains Broken Bracket
    • Fun With Orthodontics
    • Adult Orthodontics
    • Eighth Goal of Orthodontics
    • Getting Braces Treatment for Children in School
    • Better Faces Easier Orthodontics
    • Dental Bridge Implant Machined from Solid Titanium
    • GAC Innovation C Braces
    • Decorative Rubber Bands Burleson Orthodontics
    • Remove Wire Burleson Orthodontics
    • King Orthodontic Practice Video
    • Orthodon
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  10. HAWKBILL TYPE FORCEPS

    HAWKBILL TYPE FORCEPS

    Dental Forceps for Mandibular Anterior and Bicuspids There are three hawkbill-type forceps: the Mead #MD3, the #Dental Forceps No. 13, and the #Dental Forceps No. 22. The Mead #3 forceps are used on mandibular anterior and bicuspids, the #13 forceps are used on mandibular first, second bicuspids, and the #22 forceps on mandibular first, second, and third molars. The beaks are perpendicular to the working action of the handles. This design gives the dentist a great deal of leverage with minimum effort. The major difference between these forceps is the width of the beaks because they are used to remove different teeth.

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