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Twin Point Fragment Forceps
Long Ratchet Schroeder Tenaculum
    Twin point fragment forceps hold securely while allowing placement of implants such as screws at the point of maximum reduction between the points.
Particularly useful for humeral condyle repairs, and repairs in the small bones distal to carpus and tarsus.
TWIN POINT FRAGMENT FORCEPS
001205 Twin Point Fragment Forceps Straight 170mm Long
001206 Twin Point Fragment Forceps Curved 165mm Long
Ikuta Bone Clamps
A larger, springier version of the straight Twin Point Forceps.
Useful for reduction of small fragments prior to drilling and screwing. Longer ratchet than a standard Schroeder increases usefulness.
LONG RATCHET SCHROEDER TENACULUM
001219 Long Ratchet Schroeder Tenaculum Str 240mm Long
Large Twin Point Reduction Forceps with Spinlock
     Ikuta slotted clamps are designed to allow the passage of wires or screws at the point of maximum pressure. For bones up to 20mmin diameter. The smaller sizes are for wires, the larger for small screws. Consider Twin Point Fragment Forceps above for larger screws, or a 001219 Long Ratchet Schroeder, a vusellum forcep, for more spring.
IKUTA BONE CLAMPS
001207A Straight for Wires to 2.0mm 125mm Long
001207B Curved for Wires to 2.0mm 125mm Long
001207C Straight for Screws & Wires to 3.0mm 125mm Long
001207D Curved for Screws & Wires to 3.0mm 125mm Long
001207SET Ikuta Bone Forceps Set of 4 (as above)
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Accessing the point of maximum compression to insert a screw is made easier by the use of twin point forceps. This size is useful for most elbows where accuracy of placement is essential, including Spaniels which are most likely to be affected by IOHC.
TWIN POINT REDUCTION FORCEPS WITH SPINLOCK
001204 Twin Point Reduction Forceps with Spinlock 215mm Long
 









































































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