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MANUFACTURING MEDICAL DEVICES IN THE USA SINCE 1935

MANUFACTURING MEDICAL DEVICES IN THE USA SINCE 1935

Sterile Carbon Steel Surgical Blades

Sterile Carbon Steel Surgical Blades

Quick Overview

Choice of stainless or carbon steel blades, sterile or non-sterile, in 17 different configurations. Made in Sheffield by the world's leading manufacturer of surgical blades. Each sterile blade is enclosed in a heat sealed, peel-pack foil envelope. 

Availability: In stock

Product Name Price Qty
12202200 - Sterile Carbon Steel Surgical Blades: Sterile Carbon Steel Blade #22. 150 per Box
$55.68
12201500 - Sterile Carbon Steel Surgical Blades: Sterile Carbon Steel Blade #15. 150 per Box
$55.68
12201000 - Sterile Carbon Steel Surgical Blades: Sterile Carbon Steel Blade #10. 150 per Box
$55.68
12202500 - Sterile Carbon Steel Surgical Blades: Sterile Carbon Steel Blade #25. 150 per Box
$55.68
12202000 - Sterile Carbon Steel Surgical Blades: Sterile Carbon Steel Blade #20. 150 per Box
$55.68
12201100 - Sterile Carbon Steel Surgical Blades: Sterile Carbon Steel Blade #11. 150 per Box
$55.68
12202100 - Sterile Carbon Steel Surgical Blades: Sterile Carbon Steel Blade #21. 150 per Box
$55.68
12201200 - Sterile Carbon Steel Surgical Blades: Sterile Carbon Steel Blade #12. 150 per Box
$55.68
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Sterile Carbon Steel Surgical Blades

Quick Overview

Choice of stainless or carbon steel blades, sterile or non-sterile, in 17 different configurations. Made in Sheffield by the world's leading manufacturer of surgical blades. Each sterile blade is enclosed in a heat sealed, peel-pack foil envelope. 

Details

For use with handle 124003 or 124007



  • The No.10 blade with it's curved cutting edge is one of the more traditional blade shapes and is used generally for making small incisions in skin and muscle. The No.10 is often utilised in more specialised surgeries such as for harvesting the radial artery during a coronary artery bypass operation , opening the bronchus during thoracic surgery and for Inguinal hernia repair.

  • The No.11 is an elongated triangular blade sharpened along the hypotenuse edge and with a strong pointed tip making it ideal for stab incisions. Used in various procedures such as the creation of incisions for chest drains, opening coronary arteries, opening the aorta and removing calcifications in the aortic or mitral valves.

  • The No.12 is a small, pointed, crescent shaped blade sharpened along the inside edge of the curve. It is sometimes utilised as a suture cutter but also for arteriotomies ( surgical incision of an artery), parotid surgeries (facial salivary glands), mucosal cuts on a septoplasty (repair of nasal septum) and during cleft palate procedures, ureterolithotomies (calculus removal by incision of the ureter) and pyelolithotomies (surgical incision of the renal pelvis of a kidney for the removal of a kidney stone - also known as a pelviolithotomy ).



  • The No.15 blade has a small curved cutting edge and is the most popular blade shape ideal for making short and precise incisions. It is utilised in a variety of surgical procedures including the excision of a skin lesion or recurrent sebaceous cyst and for opening coronary arteries. </p>


For use with handle 124004



  • The No.20 is a large version of the No.10 blade with a curved cutting edge and a flat, unsharpened back edge.Used for orthopaedic and general surgical procedures

  • The No.21 is a large version of the No.10 blade with a curved cutting edge and a flat, unsharpened back edge. Larger than the No.20 but smaller than the No.22

  • The No.22 is a large version of the No.10 blade with a curved cutting edge and a flat, unsharpened back edge. Used for skin incisions in both cardiac and thoracic surgrey and to cut the bronchus in lung resection surgery. Larger than the No.20 and No.21

  • The No.23 is a "leaf-shaped" blade sharpened along its leading edge. Used for making long incisions such as an upper midline incision of the abdomen during the repair of a perforated gastric ulcer.

  • Slightly larger than the No.23 blade, the No.24 is more semi circular in shape and is again sharpened along it's leading edge. Used for making long incisions in general surgery and also in autopsy procedures.

  • The No.25 is a straight edged blade similar but much larger than a No.11 blade. It has a more sharply angled back edge making it almost equilateral in shape.</p>



SKU: 122010, 122011, 122012, 122015, 122020, 122021, 122022, 122025
Sterile Carbon Steel Surgical Blades

Quick Overview

Choice of stainless or carbon steel blades, sterile or non-sterile, in 17 different configurations. Made in Sheffield by the world's leading manufacturer of surgical blades. Each sterile blade is enclosed in a heat sealed, peel-pack foil envelope. 

File list

Sterile Carbon Steel Surgical Blades
SKU Description Distributor Distributor SKU
12201000 Sterile Carbon Steel Blade #10. 150 per Box 32288-010
12201100 Sterile Carbon Steel Blade #11. 150 per Box 32288-011
12201200 Sterile Carbon Steel Blade #12. 150 per Box 32288-012
12201500 Sterile Carbon Steel Blade #15. 150 per Box 32288-015
12202000 Sterile Carbon Steel Blade #20. 150 per Box 9413529