Collin-Hartmann Retractors

RI-000026 Collin-Hartmann Retractors are a sort of surgical tool used to hold back an incision’s margins and allow for improved access and view to the surgical site. They have the names of the French surgeons Albert Collin and Maurice Hartmann, who invented them. These retractors typically consist of high-quality stainless steel and have a handle on one end and a curved, spoon-shaped blade on the other. The blade’s gentle holdback of the incision’s edges enables the surgeon to operate with greater accuracy and precision.

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