News | October 02, 2007

Spectrum Introduces Reusable Plastic Surgical Instruments

October 3, 2007 - Spectrum Surgical Instruments Corp. recently introduced reusable instruments made from high-grade, plastic that can be sterilized.
The company says these instruments can be sterilized in an autoclave and are resistant to chemicals and ultrasonic waves. The patterns available include: sponge forceps, towel clamps, stitch scissors, mosquito forceps and kocher forceps.
Spectrum’s plastic instruments are designed to be used for approximately 100 sterilization cycles.

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