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Founded in 2004, Apiary Medical Inc. was created with the goal of supplying superior quality surgical instruments at reasonable prices. Our instruments are handcrafted in Germany and backed by a lifetime warranty for quality and workmanship. In addition, we stand behind every instrument with a one-year 100% complete satisfaction guarantee. We pride ourselves on both the quality of our instruments and the caliber of our customer service. SHOP ALL PRODUCTS | SHOW CATALOG

Orthopedic Surgical Instruments

Apiary Medical is an authorized distributor of high-quality German instruments. One of our specialties is precision surgical instruments for orthopedic surgeons.

Trusted Surgical Instrument Supplier to Key Surgical Knowledge & Opinion Leaders

Many key, surgical knowledge and opinion leaders & innovators in orthopedics and spine have found Apiary Medical to be a trusted and reliable partner. Apiary Medical provides high-quality German instruments with excellent customer service and competitive pricing. SHOP ALL PRODUCTS | SHOW CATALOG

Verified Orthopedic Surgical Instrument Quality

Every high-quality German surgical instrument must pass detailed Quality Assurance (QA) tests before it can be sold. Instruments are tested for:

  • Material
  • Pattern Consistency
  • Workmanship
  • Critical Dimensions
  • Function

Extensive Surgical Instrument Resource

The Apiary Medical partner’s catalogs contain thousands of instrument patterns, including many patterns primarily used in orthopedic and spinal surgical procedures. To view the instruments available, visit our catalog. For a quick answer on the availability of instruments made by other companies, use our search feature or email/fax us a copy of the instrument or brand-name and part number.

Custom instrumentation Development

We offer development of custom or hard-to-find instruments that you currently do not see in our product brochure. If you would like an accurate quotation, send a sample, sketch, or a drawing, and we will provide you with a fast answer on pricing and availability.

Competitive Pricing for Precision Orthopedic and Spine Surgery Instruments

We have proven that better instruments can be found at prices often 20% to 30% less than other high-priced brands. We keep our overhead costs low and our quality high so that we can pass the savings on to our customers.

The Best Guarantee in The Orthopedic Surgical Instrument Industry

Each surgical instrument has a lifetime quality guarantee and a one year 100% satisfaction guarantee. Use any instrument for a year, if you are not completely happy, for any reason, return it for a 100% refund. No restocking fees, no hassles.

Quality Service

We bring 50 years of experience in orthopedic surgical instruments to your customer service experience, so you can count on us to solve instrument problems or hard-to-find pattern requests quickly and efficiently. Your calls will be answered by knowledgeable professionals dedicated to providing the highest levels of service. Some of our customer service highlights include:

If you have any questions or problems regarding instruments, please consult with our knowledgeable staff at 800.561.6692.
Below are some frequently asked questions.

What tools do orthopedic surgeons use?

Orthopedic surgeons use a variety of tools. Some of the most common tools used in orthopedic surgery include:

  • Hohmann retractors
  • Meals Tenolysis instruments
  • Lead and aluminum hand-holders and tables
  • Self-retaining retractor systems
  • Elevators
  • Screwdrivers and removal systems
  • K-Wire and pin instruments
Other common orthopedic tools, medical equipment, instruments, and supplies that are used in an orthopedic or spine surgery operating room include needle holders, bone holding forceps, bone chisels, locking screws, and universal screwdriver sets.
Orthopedists use suture anchors, surgical spoons, angled jaws, and instrument trays. They use Steinman pins, sharps containers, blood pressure monitors, and bone cement. They also use mm screws, cuttable bone plates, orthopedic drills, and cortical screws in surgery. Other equipment they need includes drill guides, anatomical models, protective apparel as well as suction tubes. Finally, they require depth gauges, sterile trays, plate holding forceps, and syringe pumps.

What equipment used in orthopedic operation?

The most commonly used instruments for orthopedic surgery are specialty instruments such as Hohmann retractors. This is a surgical instrument used by orthopedic surgeons to expose bone for various orthopedic surgical procedures.
Meals Tenolysis Surgical Instruments. These are instruments that reduce hand fatigue while maximizing the surgeon’s access to tendon surfaces. This is a four-piece set that features three double-ended knives for accessing, probing, and lysing tendons and a dilator for stretching the annular pulleys.
Lead and aluminum hand-holders and tables. Aluminum and Lead hands are hand-shaped slabs that are malleable and effective for positioning a hand correctly for surgery. A hand table is a system by which the hand can be secured with various pieces of equipment to ensure it as the surgeon desires.
Other standard orthopedic instruments used include bone holding forceps, chisels, locking screws, and bone cutters.

What are orthopedic devices?

An orthopedic device is often referred to as an orthopedic implant. This is a medical device that is fabricated to replace a joint or bone. It can also be manufactured as a device used to support a damaged bone. These types of devices are created with stainless steel and titanium alloys so that they are durable. They are coated with plastic that behaves as artificial cartilage.

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Orthopedic Surgical Instruments

Podiatry Surgical Instruments

Apiary Medical is an authorized distributor of high-quality German instruments. One of our specialties is precision surgical instruments for Podiatrists.

Apiary Medical is the Trusted Surgical Instrument Supplier to World Leaders in Podiatry

Many world leaders and innovators in podiatry procedures have found in Apiary Medical, a trusted and reliable partner. Apiary Medical provides high-quality German instruments with excellent customer service and pricing. SHOP ALL PRODUCTS | SHOW CATALOG

Verified Podiatry Surgical Instrument Quality

Every high-quality German surgical instrument must pass detailed Quality Assurance (QA) tests before it can be sold. Instruments are tested for:

  • Material
  • Pattern Consistency
  • Workmanship
  • Critical Dimensions
  • Function

Extensive Surgical Instrument resource for Podiatrists

The Apiary Medical partner’s catalogs contain thousands of instrument patterns, including many patterns primarily used in orthopedic, foot, and ankle surgical procedures. To view the instruments available, visit our catalog. For a quick answer on the availability of instruments made by other companies, use our search feature or email/fax us a copy of the instrument or brand-name and part number.

Custom instrumentation Development

We offer development of custom or hard-to-find instruments that you currently do not see in our product brochure. If you would like an accurate quotation, send a sample, sketch, or a drawing, and we will provide you with a fast answer on pricing and availability.

Competitive Pricing for Precision Podiatry Surgery Instruments

We have proven that better instruments can be found at prices often 20% to 30% less than other high-priced brands. We keep our overhead costs low and our quality high so that we can pass the savings on to our customers.

The Best Guarantee in The Podiatry Surgical Instrument Industry

Each surgical instrument has a lifetime quality guarantee and a one year 100% satisfaction guarantee. Use any instrument for a year, if you are not completely happy, for any reason, return it for a 100% refund. No restocking fees, no hassles.

Quality Service

We bring 50 years of experience in podiatry surgical instruments to your customer service experience, so you can count on us to solve instrument problems or hard-to-find pattern requests quickly and efficiently. Your calls will be answered by knowledgeable professionals dedicated to providing the highest levels of service. Some of our customer service highlights include:

If you have any questions or problems regarding instruments, please consult with our knowledgeable staff at 800.561.6692.
Below are some frequently asked questions.

What tools do podiatrists use in surgery?

Podiatrists use a variety of surgical instruments and medical supplies. Some of the most common tools used in foot and ankle surgery include

  1. Operating Scissors
  2. Retractors
  3. Knives
  4. Forceps
  5. Clamps
  6. Cuticle and Tissue Nippers
  7. Rongeurs
  8. Rongeurs
  9. Nail Nippers and Splitters
  10. Podiatry Elevators and Curettes
  11. Chisels
  12. Metatarsal Elevators
  13. Osteotomes
  14. Rasps
Other standard podiatry tools, podiatry medical equipment, instruments, and supplies that are used in an operating room include needle holders, sterilizing trays, suction tubes, and tissue forceps. Podiatrists also need sharps containers, tenaculum forceps, lancing devices, and laparoscopic instruments. Other necessary podiatry instrument categories include skin hooks, nail splitter, patient positioners, medication carts, and care products.

What equipment is used in orthopedic operation?

The most commonly used instruments for orthopedic surgery are specialty instruments such as Hohmann retractors. This is a surgical instrument used by orthopedic surgeons to expose bone for various orthopedic surgical procedures. Podiatry surgeons use diagnostic equipment, medical equipment, pulse oximeters, and IV poles. They also may need dressing forceps, suction pumps, towel clamps, podiatry elevators, and mayo stands.

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Ear, Nose, and Throat Surgical Instruments

Apiary Medical is an authorized distributor of high-quality German instruments. One of our specialties is precision surgical instruments for ENT surgeons.

Trusted Surgical Instrument Supplier to World Leaders In ENT

Many world leaders and innovators in Ear, Nose, and Throat surgical procedures have found Apiary Medical, a trusted and reliable partner. Apiary Medical provides high-quality German instruments with excellent customer service and pricing. SHOP ALL PRODUCTS | SHOW CATALOG

Verified ENT Surgical Instrument Quality

Every high-quality German surgical instrument must pass detailed Quality Assurance (QA) tests before it can be sold. Instruments are tested for:

  • Material
  • Pattern Consistency
  • Workmanship
  • Critical Dimensions
  • Function

Extensive Surgical Instrument Resource for ENT

The Apiary Medical partner’s catalogs contain thousands of instrument patterns, including many patterns primarily used in Ear/Nose/Throat surgical procedures. To view the instruments available, visit our catalog. For a quick answer on the availability of instruments made by other companies, use our search feature or email/fax us a copy of the instrument or brand-name and part number.

Custom instrumentation Development

We offer development of custom or hard-to-find instruments that you currently do not see in our product brochure. If you would like an accurate quotation, send a sample, sketch, or a drawing, and we will provide you with a fast answer on pricing and availability.

Competitive Pricing for Precision ENT Surgery Instruments

We have proven that better instruments can be found at prices often 20% to 30% less than other high-priced brands. We keep our overhead costs low and our quality high so that we can pass the savings on to our customers.

The Best Guarantee in The Ear Nose and Throat Surgical Instrument Industry

Each surgical instrument has a lifetime quality guarantee and a one year 100% satisfaction guarantee. Use any instrument for a year, if you are not completely happy, for any reason, return it for a 100% refund. No restocking fees, no hassles

Quality Service

We bring 50 years of experience in ENT surgical instruments to your customer service experience, so you can count on us to solve instrument problems or hard-to-find pattern requests quickly and efficiently. Your calls will be answered by knowledgeable professionals dedicated to providing the highest levels of service. Some of our customer service highlights include:

If you have any questions or problems regarding instruments, please consult with our knowledgeable staff at 800.561.6692. Below are some frequently asked questions.

What tools does an ENT Surgeon use?

ENT’s use a variety of tools and surgical instruments that are used for common procedures conducted on patients. Some of the most common tools used in ear, nose and throat treatment include

  • Chisels
  • Forceps
  • Punches
  • Dissectors
  • Picks
  • Bipolar instruments
  • Cannulas
  • Retractors
Other standard ENT surgery tools, medical equipment, ENT instruments, and supplies that are used in an operating room include osteotomes, curettes, scissors, obstetrical force rongeurs, and instrument sets.
ENTs also need hooks, rasps, tongue depressors, dilators, elevators, probes, tuning forks, laryngeal mirror, ear forceps, and knives.
Other necessary ear, nose, and throat instrument categories include cables, needles, nasal speculum, sinus instruments, needle holders, scopes, and speculums.
ENT surgeons use diagnostic equipment, dressing forceps, suction tubes, shaver systems, and middle ear instruments. They also may need bipolar scissors, self-retaining retractors, septum forceps, specialty ENT instruments, laryngeal instruments nasal forceps.

Which of the following is an implant that an ENT would perform?

The most commonly used instruments for orthopedic surgery are specialty instruments such as ear, nose, and throat surgeons perform cochlear implants. A cochlear implant is a device that the ENT implants surgically into the inner ear. It stimulates the nerves in the ear for hearing. Along with the implant, the person wears an external speech processor and microphone

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Obstetrics and Gynecology Surgical Instruments

Apiary Medical is an authorized distributor of high-quality German instruments. One of our specialties is precision surgical instruments for gynecology/obstetric surgeons.

Trusted Surgical Instrument Supplier to World Leaders in OB-GYN

Many world leaders and innovators in Obstetrics and Gynecology surgical procedures have found in high-quality German a trusted and reliable partner. Apiary Medical provides high-quality German instruments with excellent customer service and pricing. SHOP ALL PRODUCTS | SHOW CATALOG

Quality, Verified OB-GYN Surgical Instrument

Every high-quality German surgical instrument must pass detailed Quality Assurance (QA) tests before it can be sold. Instruments are tested for:

  • Material
  • Pattern Consistency
  • Workmanship
  • Critical Dimensions
  • Function

Extensive Surgical Instrument Resource for OB-GYN

The Apiary Medical partner’s catalogs contain thousands of instrument patterns, including many patterns primarily used in OB-GYN surgical procedures. To view the instruments available, visit our catalog. For a quick answer on the availability of instruments made by other companies, use our search feature or email/fax us a copy of the instrument or brand-name and part number.

Custom Instrumentation Development

We have proven that better instruments can be found at prices often 20% to 30% less than other high-priced brands. We keep our overhead costs low and our quality high so that we can pass the savings on to our customers.

Competitive Pricing for Precision OB/GYN Surgery Instruments

We have proven that better instruments can be found at prices often 20% to 30% less than other high-priced brands. We keep our overhead costs low and our quality high so that we can pass the savings on to our customers.

The Best Guarantee in The OB-GYN Surgical Instrument Industry

Each surgical instrument has a lifetime quality guarantee and a one year 100% satisfaction guarantee. Use any instrument for a year, if you are not completely happy, for any reason, return it for a 100% refund. No restocking fees, no hassles.

Quality Service

We bring 50 years of experience in Obstetrics and Gynecology surgical instruments to your customer service experience, so you can count on us to solve instrument problems or hard-to-find pattern requests quickly and efficiently. Your calls will be answered by knowledgeable professionals dedicated to providing the highest levels of service. Some of our customer service highlights include:

If you have any questions or problems regarding instruments, please consult with our knowledgeable staff at 800.561.6692.
Below are some frequently asked questions.

What tools do OB-GYNs use?

OB-GYN’s use a variety of tools and surgical instruments that are used for common procedures conducted on patients. Some of the most common tools used in gynecology and obstetrics include

  1. Laminaria Stick
  2. Colposcope
  3. Sponge Forceps
Other standard OB/GYN tools, medical equipment, instruments, and supplies that are used in an operating room include needle holders, tenaculum forceps, suction tubes, obstetrical forceps, and instrument sets. OB’s also need tissue forceps, test strips, dilator sets, sims uterine, drainage bags and biopsy forceps. Other necessary gynecological instrument categories include loop electrodes, Schroeder tenaculum, uterine curettes, hysterectomy forceps, and diagnostic equipment.
OB-GYN surgeons use IUD extractors, vaginal spatulas, suction pumps, and vaginal retractors. They also may need OB/GYN instruments, vaginal specula, needle extenders, cervical dilators, and endocervical specula.

Which of the following is a gynecological instrument?

Gynecology instruments include a variety of instruments, depending on the procedure being performed. If a cesarean or uterine birth is being performed, a hysterectomy or other OB-GYN surgery, then forceps and clamps will be necessary. Cervical dilators are used to stretch the cervical wall and to dilate the surrounding muscles. The standard pap smear procedure uses a vaginal speculum.

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General Surgical Instruments for Hospitals

Apiary Medical is an authorized distributor of high-quality German instruments. One of our specialties is precision surgical instruments for general surgeons.

Trusted Surgical Instrument Supplier to World Leaders

Many world leaders and innovators in hospital services and surgery have found in high-quality German a trusted and reliable partner. Apiary Medical provides high-quality German instruments with excellent customer service and pricing. SHOP ALL PRODUCTS | SHOW CATALOG

Verified Surgical Instrument Quality

Every high-quality German surgical instrument must pass detailed Quality Assurance (QA) tests before it can be sold. Instruments are tested for:

  • Material
  • Pattern Consistency
  • Workmanship
  • Critical Dimensions
  • Function

Extensive Surgical Instrument Resource

The Apiary Medical partner’s catalogs contain thousands of instrument patterns, including many patterns primarily used in general surgical procedures. To view the instruments available, visit our catalog. For a quick answer on the availability of instruments made by other companies, use our search feature or email/fax us a copy of the instrument or brand-name and part number.

Custom Instrumentation Development

We offer the development of custom or hard-to-find instruments that you currently do not see in our product brochure. If you would like an accurate quotation, send a sample, sketch, or a drawing, and we will provide you with a fast answer on pricing and availability.

Competitive Pricing for Precision Hospital Surgery Instruments

We have proven that better instruments can be found at prices often 20% to 30% less than other high-priced brands. We keep our overhead costs low and our quality high so that we can pass the savings on to our customers.

The Best Guarantee in The Surgical Instrument Industry

Each surgical instrument has a lifetime quality guarantee and a one year 100% satisfaction guarantee. Use any instrument for a year, if you are not completely happy, for any reason, return it for a 100% refund. No restocking fees, no hassles.

Quality Service

We bring 50 years of experience in surgical instruments for hospitals to your customer service experience, so you can count on us to solve instrument problems or hard-to-find pattern requests quickly and efficiently. Your calls will be answered by knowledgeable professionals dedicated to providing the highest levels of service. Some of our customer service highlights include:

If you have any questions or problems regarding instruments, please consult with our knowledgeable staff at 800.561.6692.
Below are some frequently asked questions:

What are the basic surgical instruments?

There are a variety of categories of surgical instruments used in hospitals and surgical centers.

  1. Cutting instruments include scissors, surgical blades, knives, and scalpels.
  2. Grasping instruments include tissue forceps, hemostatic forceps, and tissue forceps
  3. Surgical instruments that hold are called retractors. These surgical items hold the incision open or hold an organ or tissue out of the way.
  4. There are a variety of accessories used in surgery as well. These include clamps, drills, k-wires (also called Kirschner wires), sutures, and much more.

Who Invented Surgical Instruments

Many surgical instruments have been invented across the centuries, and many of them bear the name of the surgeon or inventor. One of the most important among these surgeons was Ambroise Pare (1517-1590). He was a French surgeon that invented many surgical procedures and instruments. Among his notable practices was the revival of the use of a ligature.
He was the surgeon to perfect an instrument for cataract removal and invented the “crow’s beak” to hold blood vessels while he was tying them off.

How many types of surgical instruments are there?

There are a variety of surgical instruments used by general surgeons in hospitals and surgical centers. Generally, hospital operating rooms and surgical centers need equipment and laboratory supplies that will improve the outcome of their patients. This means that they need sterile and durable medical equipment, surgical supplies, and medical devices. Both the procedures and the materials and equipment that medical professionals use must be in line with hospital practices and procedures.
Some of the standard surgical tools, medical equipment, instruments, and supplies that are used in the hospital operating rooms and surgery center include scalpel blade, scissors and shears, tongue ties, lab equipment, retractors of the Bookwalter style and Senn retractors.
General surgeons use biopsy punches, surgical equipment, medical imaging, wire cutters, and instrument trays. They use Steinman pins, sharps containers, blood pressure monitors, and self-retaining retractors. They also use bone instruments, syringe pumps, spring scissors, and cutting-edge specialty instruments in surgery. Other equipment they need includes drill bits, surgical kits, surgical tools, and surgical scissors. Finally, they need peristaltic pumps, sterile trays, infection prevention accessories, and general surgical accessories.

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Veterinary Surgical Instruments

Apiary Medical is an authorized distributor of high-quality German instruments. One of our specialties is precision surgical instruments for veterinary surgeons.

Trusted Surgical Instrument Supplier to World Leaders

Many world leaders and innovators in veterinary medicine and surgery have found in high-quality German a trusted and reliable partner. Apiary Medical provides high-quality German instruments with excellent customer service and pricing. SHOP ALL PRODUCTS | SHOW CATALOG

Verified Veterinary Surgical Instrument Quality

Every high-quality German surgical instrument must pass detailed Quality Assurance (QA) tests before it can be sold. Instruments are tested for:

  • Material
  • Pattern Consistency
  • Workmanship
  • Critical Dimensions
  • Function

Extensive Surgical Instrument Resource

The Apiary Medical partner’s catalogs contain thousands of instrument patterns, including many patterns primarily used in veterinary surgical procedures. To view the instruments available, visit our catalog. For a quick answer on the availability of instruments made by other companies, use our search feature or email/fax us a copy of the instrument or brand-name and part number.

Custom Instrumentation Development

We offer the development of custom or hard-to-find instruments that you currently do not see in our product brochure. If you would like an accurate quotation, send a sample, sketch, or a drawing, and we will provide you with a fast answer on pricing and availability.

Competitive Pricing for Precision Veterinary Surgery Instruments

We have proven that better instruments can be found at prices often 20% to 30% less than other high-priced brands. We keep our overhead costs low and our quality high so that we can pass the savings on to our customers.

The Best Guarantee in The Veterinary Surgical Instrument Industry

Each surgical instrument has a lifetime quality guarantee and a one year 100% satisfaction guarantee. Use any instrument for a year, if you are not completely happy, for any reason, return it for a 100% refund. No restocking fees, no hassles.

Quality Service

We bring 50 years of experience in veterinary surgical instruments to your customer service experience, so you can count on us to solve instrument problems or hard-to-find pattern requests quickly and efficiently. Your calls will be answered by knowledgeable professionals dedicated to providing the highest levels of service. Some of our customer service highlights include

If you have any questions or problems regarding instruments, please consult with our knowledgeable staff at 800.561.6692.
Below are some frequently asked questions.

What surgical instruments do veterinarians use?

Veterinary surgeons use a variety of tools. Some of the most common tools used in veterinary surgery include:

  1. Scissors
  2. Retractors
  3. Forceps
  4. Needle Holders
Other standard veterinary medicine tools, medical equipment, instruments, and supplies that are used in a veterinary surgery operating room include needle holders, tissue forceps, feeding tubes, spay packs, and surgical supplies.
Veterinary medicine practitioners and surgeons use sterilization trays, protective apparel, x-ray accessories, ear instruments, and suture needles. They use laboratory equipment, suture kits, sharps containers, blood pressure monitors, and fluid warmers. They also use veterinary dental supplies, infusion pumps, biopsy punches, surgical packs, and thumb forceps in surgery. Other equipment they need includes Allis tissue forceps, bone holding forceps, scalpel blades, holding forceps, surgical drapes. Finally, there are other veterinary supplies and equipment needed, such as depth gauges, sterile trays, plate holding forceps, and syringe pumps.

What equipment do you need for a veterinary clinic?

The most commonly used veterinary supplies and equipment needed for a veterinary clinic or surgery are specialty instruments such as microscopes, surgical clamps, suction machines, catheters, saws, pin drivers, and specialty equipment and devices designed for each specific animal being treated. Vets use some of the same surgical tools that general surgeons use, as well as unique surgical equipment and tools designed for treating animals.

Who was the first veterinarian?

Claude Bourgelat founded the first veterinary school in Lyon, France, in 1761. That is often considered the beginning of the profession of a veterinarian. Bourgelat observed the devastation caused to the French herds by the cattle plague and directed his efforts to find a remedy.

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retractors

Retractors

Retractors in a general way are devices used by surgeons to separate or hold back the ends of a surgical incision, primarily in the chest or the abdomen. The general definition of a retractor is as a simple hand-held steel tool possessing a curved, hooked, or angled blade and fitted with a comfortable handle. When it is set, it keeps the preferred position of a given region of tissue in place. Retractors have been around for many years and are very popular among surgeons. They are used across the world.
Ankeney Retractor
Ankeney sternal retractors are used in cardiothoracic surgeries. They allow access to the surgical field by separating the sternum. The unique characteristic of the Ankeney retractor is that it provides a self-retaining rack-and-pinion action for optimal opening and functionality. SHOP ALL PRODUCTS | SHOW CATALOG

Lowsley Retractor

Lowsley Retractor®

The Lowsley Retractors® is used to apply traction to the prostate during a prostatectomy. A Lowsley Retractor® is used in surgery after transecting the urethra and dividing the rectourethralis muscle. It is a curved retractor that is introduced retrogradely through the prostatic urethra into the bladder. SHOP ALL PRODUCTS | SHOW CATALOG

Multitrack Retractor

Multitrack Retractor

A Multitrack retractor is similar to the Bookwalter Retractor®, which is a self-retaining retractor with several benefits.

  • The Multitrack and Bookwalter Retractor® successfully mimic the natural toe-in motion of hand-held retractors
  • This multitrack retractor offers an improvement to visualization because the ring conforms to unique patient anatomy
  • There is a broad selection of blades with the multitrack to support many surgical procedures
  • This retractor is built with Lightweight components
  • The Multitrack, like the Bookwalter®, has a track record of performance and reliability
  • Multitrack retractor technology has been proven over the last 30 years
  • The quality and effectiveness are due to the surgeon-designed and developed technology
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DeBakey Surgical Instruments

DeBakey Surgical Instruments

DeBakey is atraumatic tissue forceps that are very versatile. These are thumb forceps used in many general surgical procedures as well as vascular procedures. The DeBakey forceps grasp fine tissue and blood vessels. These forceps have atraumatic teeth and narrow tips, so they cause little or no damage to the fine tissues. SHOP ALL PRODUCTS | SHOW CATALOG

Kerrison Surgical Instruments

Kerrison Surgical Instruments

Kerrison Rongeurs are stainless-steel, heavy-duty, double-action surgical instruments that have a sharp scoop-shaped edge that can be used to open a window in the bone. It is designed specifically for cutting and removing small pieces of bone to expose areas during neurosurgery, pediatric surgery, and orthopedic surgery. SHOP ALL PRODUCTS | SHOW CATALOG

Steinmann Pins

Steinmann Pins

A Steinmann Pin is an implant used in orthopedic surgical procedures. It is a stainless-steel metal rod that holds large bone fractures together. Steinmann pins can be smooth or threaded on the outside surface. SHOP ALL PRODUCTS | SHOW CATALOG

Kirschner Wires

Kirschner Wires

A Kirschner wire is also called a K-wire and is named after Martin Kirschner. It is commonly used in orthopedic surgeries as well as by veterinary surgeons to hold fragments of bone together. It is also used to create an anchor for skeletal traction. A K-wire is differentiated from a Steinmann pin by the diameter. K-wires are between .9 to 1.5 mm in diameter, whereas Steinmann pins are 1.5 mm to 6.5 mm in diameter. SHOP ALL PRODUCTS | SHOW CATALOG

Surgical Drill Bits

Surgical Drill Bits

Surgical drill bits are used in orthopedic surgery to drill holes in the bone for the placement of screws and reduce the time in surgery for the patients. The materials that surgical drill bits are made of can be ceramic or the preferred stainless-steel. Stainless-steel surgical drill bits have no systemic side effects and are typically high-quality for a lower cost. SHOP ALL PRODUCTS | SHOW CATALOG

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Best Guarantee in the industry

Best Guarantee in the industry

Apiary Medical is the nationwide distributor for high-quality, German surgical instruments. We are committed to putting the finest surgical instruments into the hands of surgeons and their teams. Not all instruments are equal. Adequate for the job is, in reality, inadequate. A better instrument reduces distractions and facilitates operations. A better instrument helps a surgeon perform at his/her best. A better instrument leads to better results. Apiary Medical provides better instruments.