Probes and Directors
The Probes and Directors are incredible surgical instruments. Probes are used for exploring wounds or body cavity, periodontal pockets, etc. whereas Directors are grooved instruments used for guiding knives and other surgical instruments. They play an important role in a variety of surgical procedures. A wide range of sizes, styles, and types are available for the surgeons. Probes and Directors are both malleable and non-malleable. These reusable tools are versatile and robust because they are made of 100% medical-grade stainless steel. This metal keeps the tools lightweight rustproof, long-lasting, and unbendable. Therefore, GerMedUSA offers a vast variety of Probes and Directors with multiple variations. They are perfect to enhance the skills of the users in the operating room. Our retractors are ideal to be a part of your amazing surgical kit.
Director And Tongue Tie Plain comprised of a plain point at one end and has a butterfly-shaped director on other end.
Director And Tongue Tie Probe comprised on probe points at one end and is commonly used to examine young children.
Grooved Director is commonly used to guide suture away from the pancreas while working on the duodenum. It comes with a combination of variations, so you can pick the best one of your choice, depending on the surgical need. It is manufactured from high-grade German surgical stainless steel and can be reused after sterilization.
Double Ended Probes are widely used to enter the small openings in the body to measure the size or depth. The measures size and depth can be used to assess whether foreign objects or other issues in the body or not.
Probe With Eye is widely used in many surgical procedures including manipulation of tissues, exploration of open wounds, or ligatures. It comes with a range of combinations, so you can pick the best one your choice, depending on the medical case. It is made from high-grade German surgical stainless steel and can be reused after sterilization.
Probe With Eye Sterling is widely used in many surgical procedures including manipulation of tissues, exploration of open wounds, or ligatures.