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Easy-Clean Arthroscopic Hand Instrument
Ready to take your cleaning to the next level? Our SILCUT PRO® and SILGRASP PRO® hand instruments feature CLEANFIT® technology that makes it easy to get at every surface. Instruments designed with cleaning in mind!
Arthroscopy Shaver for Large and Small Joints
The multimode Drillcut-X® Arthro shaver handpiece combines performance and comfort in arthroscopic surgery. Blades can be locked in one of four positions, and the ergonomic handle can be disassembled for thorough cleaning.
Easy-Clean Arthroscopic Shaver Handpiece
Designed to achieve a “next-level clean,” the DrillCut-X® Arthro shaver handpiece from KARL STORZ is easy to disassemble and reassemble for confident, thorough cleaning. This brief video provides a quick demonstration.
Easy-Clean Precision Arthroscopy Sheaths
Designed to achieve a “next-level clean,” the high-flow arthroscopy sheath from KARL STORZ can be completely dismantled for inspection and cleaning. This brief video shows just how easy it is to disassemble and reassemble the device.
Artho Punch and Grasper with Cleaning Port
Designed to achieve a “next-level clean,” the SilCut® punch and grasper from KARL STORZ offer effortless cleaning, inside and out, thanks to the innovative CLEANFIT® luer flush port. This brief video illustrates the process.
ACL Reconstruction Using Autologous Tendon
Dr. Andreas Weiler of Sporthopaedicum Straching, offers an overview of anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction using the autologous tendon, which has become a standard procedure in arthroscopic knee surgery.
Knee Arthroscopy Prep and Portal Placement
Dr. Michael Strobel of Sporthopaedicum Straching (Germany) describes key steps in knee arthroscopy procedures. The discussion begins with preparation and positioning of the knee joint for achieving successful access.
Fully Cannulated Hip Arthroscopy Tutorial
Dr. Michael Dienst of Univ.-Hospital, Homburg/Saar, Germany, demonstrates the KARL STORZ HPS --Hip Portal System, including patient positioning, portal placement, and a diagnostic arthroscopic round through the hip joint.
Basic Procedures in Shoulder Arthroscopy
Dr. Dominique Gazielly of Clinique Jouvenet in Paris explains the fundamental considerations of shoulder arthroscopy, including anterior conventional acromioplasty, arthroscopic calcium deposit excision, and more.
KARL STORZ has developed a variety of endoscopic instruments, implants, and related systems for treating large joints, such as the shoulder, elbow, hip, and knee, as well as smaller joints, such as the wrist and ankle. Typical procedures include joint reconstruction, joint fixation, tendon grafts, and endoscopic treatment of calcaneal spurs. KARL STORZ arthroscopy instruments are cleverly designed to achieve an uncompromising level of cleanliness. No other instruments combine such comfort, precision, and durability while providing such a confident “next-level clean.” Whether treating sports injuries or degenerative changes in aging joints, surgeons will appreciate the optimal marriage of form and function in all our arthroscopic instruments.
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