Propper Sterile Stainless Steel Scalpels

$13.57

Propper Sterile Stainless Steel Scalpels provide a razor-sharp cutting edge for superior cutting and clean incisions.

  • Disposable, sterile stainless steel scalpel
  • Individually wrapped, peel-back blister pack
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Product: Propper Sterile Stainless Steel Scalpels - #10 Disposable Blades

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Product: Propper Sterile Stainless Steel Scalpels - #11 Disposable Blades

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Product: Propper Sterile Stainless Steel Scalpels - #15 Disposable Blades

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Product: Propper Sterile Stainless Steel Scalpels - #21 Disposable Blades

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Product: Propper Sterile Stainless Steel Scalpels - #22 Disposable Blades

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Propper Sterile Stainless Steel Scalpels are equipped with plastic handle and available in 7 sizes to meet all of your needs. Propper’s razor-sharp stainless steel technology ensures superior cutting and the clean incisions.

Sterile scalpels are individually wrapped in peel-back packaging for ease of use.

  • #10: Curved cutting edge is one of the more traditional blade shapes, making small incisions to the skin and muscle clean and precise.
  • #11: Elongated triangular blade with a strong tip, ideal for stab incisions. Most commonly used for the incisions of chest drains, and opening various coronary arteries.
  • #15: Small curved cutting edge is the most popular blade for short and precise incisions.
  • #21: Similar to the No. 21 blade with a curved cutting edge as well as a flat unsharpened back. Used for making small incisions in the skin and muscle.
  • #22: A tad bigger than the number #21 blade, used for skin incisions in both cardiac and thoracic surgery.

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