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Depressors, Surgical, Humeral Head

Definition : Surgical depressors designed to displace by compression the humeral head; they are usually hooked around the posterior lip of the glenoid rim to expose the glenoid fossa. These depressors are typically a handheld, manual, slender, metallic instrument with one slightly curved open circular end, a flat shaft, and a smaller open opposite end forming a right angle with the shaft. Humeral head depressors are used to facilitate total shoulder reconstruction and reconstructive stabilization procedures.

Entry Terms : "Humeral Head Depressors, Surgical"

UMDC code : 22008

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Innomed Inc

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Innomed, Inc., is a manufacturer of surgical instruments for orthopedic surgery.Founded in 1987 with one product, we now feature over 350 unique instruments, many of which were designed by orthopedic surgeons in search of a unique tool for a specific purpose.


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