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  •    Home » Articles » VeterinaryCare » Veterinary Surgical Instruments... Sounds Scary Doesn't it?

    Veterinary Surgical Instruments... Sounds Scary Doesn't it?

     

    Every day, people make a visit to their veterinarian in order to take their beloved pets for a check-up or a scheduled appointment to treat an illness or other problem. The veterinary medicine field is a very specialized and much needed field of expertise for many people involved, and veterinary surgery is also a part of this field as well. Veterinary surgical instruments are used in a variety of ways and for a number of reasons, just as they are with human surgeries. The instruments are very similar, and every veterinary office is stocked with at least a portion of these tools in case of an emergency or for .use in spaying or neutering. Specialty veterinary hospitals carry a larger variety, of course, and are places where animals may be referred when more serious surgery is needed for the pet.

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    Frequently Used Veterinary Surgical Instruments

    There are many veterinary surgical instruments that are currently used to help treat a wide variety of animals when they are hurt or suffering. Skilled veterinary surgeons often perform many surgeries on animals that are highly technical and specialized and often quite costly for the pet owner as well. One of the most basic pieces of equipment that is used during surgery is the scissors. The scissors are used for a number of functions, such as cutting delicate lines and stitches as well. The scissors, like all surgical instruments, must be sanitized and sterilized before and after their use in the patient. Forceps are also a type of veterinary surgical instrument used to remove items from the animal, such as a piece of wire that the pet may have swallowed or a tumor that may be lodge in the animal’s body.

    Needle holders, retractors, and scalpels are more types of veterinary surgical instruments that are used in the surgery room. These instruments are very important to the success of the overall procedure and must be handled with extreme caution and care. Often, the surgical technician is the one who is responsible for laying out all of the instruments, cleaning them, and handing them to the veterinary doctor. This is an important job, as the instruments play a crucial role in the surgery’s success. Veterinary surgical instruments are often ordered from manufacturer’s warehouses and can be quite costly, yet their durability is outstanding, as they last for many years when taken care of properly.

     

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