Bard-Parker No. 15 Stainless-Steel Disposable Sterile Surgical Blade (50/BOX)

Bard-Parker No. 15 Stainless-Steel Disposable Sterile Surgical Blade (50/BOX)

$22.20

Bard-Parker Stainless Steel Scalpel Blades are intended for surgical procedures that require tissue separation. These scalpel blades are incredibly sharp, which makes them the ideal tool for cutting and puncturing. The stainless steel technology and construction makes them highly durable and offers superior cutting advantages for greater strength and control. They provide consistent sharpness, which is a quality surgeons require of their surgical blades.

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  • Intended for tissue separation, and other procedures that require a sharp surgical blade to puncture or cut
  • Offers the superior cutting advantages of stainless steel technology
  • Consistent sharpness, control and strength surgeons demand
  • Uniquely packaged for safety and ease of use
  • Sterile
  • Not made with natural rubber latex
  • Blades are packaged in a foil pouch with a unique inner liner for maximum protection of blade and end user

Specification:

  • Brand: Bard-Parker
  • Manufacturer: Aspen Surgical Products
  • Application: Surgical Blade
  • Grade: Surgical Grade
  • HCPCS: A9270
  • Material: Stainless Steel
  • Packaging Type: Individually Wrapped
  • Size: No. 15
  • Sterility: Sterile
  • Usage: Disposable
  • Latex Free Indicator: Not Made with Natural Rubber Latex

Additional Information

Dimensions 5.8 × 4.1 × 3.2 in

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