Swann-Morton Surgical Blades for Chiropody & Podiatry
Swann-Morton products can be used in both minor treatments and invasive Podiatric Surgery.
The PD81 stainless steel blades for example, are available sterile or non sterile and fitted into a PD Handle. They are used specifically to enhance the "finish" during general nail treatments and are recommended by the Copenhagen Podiatry school when training new students. The single bevel and double edge "chisel" blades from the fine range, these being the SM61, SM61(SB), SM62 and SM62(SB) are also used for nail treatments.
The Swann-Morton E/11 blade with its closed edge blade technology makes it ideal for "paring" hard skin and callouses during Podiatry and Chiropody treatments.
The 10, 11, 15, 15T and D/15 blades are used for more invasive procedures such s correcting deformities and abnormalities in the foot or cutting away sections of the nail which may have become ingrown.
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The Swann-Morton Blade Remover allows for safe and easy removal of all sizes of scalpel blade from both No.3 and No.4 handles. Unlike most sharp's removal devices it is supplied sterile thus allowing it to be included on the instrument tray withing the OR and to be used at the site of the invasive procedure.