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curette

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a surgical instrument for removing dead tissue, growths, etc., from the walls of certain body cavities
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The curettes are molded from antimicrobial plastic and have an orientation mark for alignment of the tip from outside the ear.
The instrument is on average 40 grams lighter than conventional all-metal curettes thanks to the unique trio of materials employed.
This fluidjet powered tool combines the power of fluidjet technology with a unique curette design permitting surgeons to simultaneously cut, ablate, and remove hard or soft tissue - such as disc nucleus and endplate cartilage - quickly, safely and effectively, significantly reducing the need for additional instruments.
hospital gowns, Protective gloves, sampling syringes, tongue depressors or paddles or poles, gauze or surgical curettes
Scanning electron microscope evaluation of wear of dental curettes during standardized root planing.
supply of medical devices Biopsy hard tissue and soft tissue and hard tissue: trocars - hands - guns - harpoons and breast clips - curettes and biopsy punch, for all establishments Assistance Publique - Paris Hospitals.
Universal and Gracey curettes are the instruments of choice in sulci of normal depth.
In addition to the cotton-tipped swabs and the wooden matchstick implicated in our 2 cases, other potentially injurious objects include rattail combs, bobby pins, sticks, artists' brushes, and cerumen curettes.
Clinical comparison of the effectiveness of novel sonic instruments and curettes for periodontal debridement after 2 months.
The opening was enlarged with Kuhn-Bolger frontal recess curettes and a microdebrider with a curved cutting blade.
Sid Tate, our family practitioner at the Namwianga Rural Health Centre in Kalomo, Zambia, received 2/3 of the supply of ear curettes.