Archive February 2011 XII, No. 2

Thinking of Buying...Surgical Power Tools

Tips on buying the instruments that put power in your surgeons" hands.

Janis Snyder, RN


If you're in the market for surgical drills and saws, one of the first decisions you'll have to make is how they'll be powered: electrically, pneumatically or by battery. Electric power tools are tethered by cords to outlets, and pneumatic equipment requires hose connections to a source of compressed nitrogen. Battery-operated saws and drills have the advantage of cordless use.

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