Reusable soft tissue scissors available as 17cm / 6.25″
Mayo-Harrington scissors are surgical scissors commonly used in a variety of surgical procedures. They are named after the American surgeons Charles Horace Mayo and Frank Hastings Hamilton Harrington, who developed the scissors in the early 20th century.
Mayo-Harrington scissors have short, blunt blades that are angled at the end. The tips of the blades are rounded, which makes them suitable for cutting soft tissue without causing excessive trauma. They are typically made of high-quality stainless steel and come in a variety of sizes and lengths, depending on the specific surgical procedure being performed.
Mayo-Harrington scissors are commonly used in surgical procedures such as general surgery, neurosurgery, and orthopedic surgery. They are particularly useful for cutting tough tissue such as muscle, fascia, or tendons, and for dissecting tissue planes during surgery.
Proper training and experience are necessary to use Mayo-Harrington scissors safely and effectively. Healthcare professionals must be familiar with the specific instrument being used, as well as the potential risks and complications associated with its use. Additionally, care must be taken to ensure that the scissors are properly cleaned and sterilized before each use to prevent the spread of infection.