Hand Drills, Surgical, Bone, Cannulated
Definition : Hand drills designed for use during orthopedic surgical procedures involving the bones. These devices work over a pin or guide wire. These instruments consist of a manually propelled or powered (e.g., electric, pneumatic) instrument that typically works following the direction of a previously inserted pin or guide wire and frequently using an external dedicated guide; the drill includes a chuck and other detachable components such as hollow drill bits and reamers. Cannulated bone surgical hand drills are used for a variety of orthopedic trauma and reconstructive procedures, such as placing screws and pins for fixation of plates and other bone implants.
Entry Terms : "Bone Surgical Hand Drills, Cannulated" , "Cannulated Drills" , "Drills, Cannulated"
UMDC code : 11332