January 4, 2009
2nd-hand Instrument for Sale
Dissection scissors - used to hold or move structures
Arterial & jugular tubes - to draw or drain out all the blood before replacing it with embalming fluids like formaldehyde for preservation of structures as practiced in Anatomy
Head rest - to elevate the head
Ropes - to tie the corpse in places so that it does not change posture during dissection
Rubber gloves - protective
Goggles - protective
Jackets, aprons, etc. - protective
Scalpels - to cut the skin, organs or fibrous structures like fascia
Bone saw - used to cut bones like that of the head
Skull breaker or chisel - to break open the vault of the skull
Sternal saw - for cutting into the chest of the body by cutting the sternum
Dissecting knife - sharp cutting instruments
Toothed forceps - for tearing or holding structures
Mallet - used as a hammer
Skull key - a T-shaped chisel used as a lever while removing skull cap
Brain knife - to cleanly cut the brain into anatomical sections
Rib shears - to cut through the ribs while opening the chest
Dissecting scissors - for sharp cutting
Specimen jars - preservation of anatomical specimens
Metacarpal saw - a bone saw
Double-ended probe - used for probing either foramina
Tongue tie - to tie away the tongue so that it doesn't fall back into to pharynx
Formaldehyde - primary preservative for Anatomy
Sell reason: Too many sets of instrument.
Still in best condition.
No rust. All instrument are stainless steel.
Used for more then 50 bodies. (loss count)
Best offer win! so.. blow me with your best shot.