Surgical Scissors

Guide to Surgical Scissors

Ligature Scissors

Used to cut in surgical procedures

Fine Scissors

Dissecting Scissors

Dissecting & Operating

ConductScience most commonly used for cutting and dissecting vessels in cardiovascular and thoracic procedures. They have long shanks and short jaws that are angled after the screw lock, similar to Potts-Smith scissors.

Bandage Scissors

Vascular Scissors

Dissecting Scissors are a versatile instrument that can be used in multiple procedures and settings. They are available straight or curved, in a variety of lengths, and have a standard beveled blade.

Stitch Scissors

Stitch Scissors are primarily used for suture removal. These scissors have a small hook shaped tip on one blade that slides under sutures to slightly lift them before cutting for removal. This hook also holds the suture so it does not slip off the blade of the scissors prior to cutting

Spring Scissors

Spring forceps are small scissors used mostly in eye surgery or microsurgery. The handles end in flat springs connected with a pivot joint. The cutting action is achieved by pressing the handles together. As the pressure is released, the spring action opens the jaws.

Ring Scissors

Operating Scissors

ConductScience Operating Scissors cut tougher tissue and are frequently used for dissecting but also can be used for cutting materials such as sutures, tubing, or gauze. We have different Stainless Surgical Operating Scissors: sharp, blunt with different curvatures and lengths for each purpose.

Micro Scissors

Surgical scissors are surgical instruments usually used for cutting. ConductScience Micro Scissors have different uses. In Ophthalmology, they are used in iridectomy, cataract, and capsulotomy procedures. In micro neurosurgery, they are well suited for procedures that require access to delicate vasculature and soft tissue. The blades of these scissors are extremely small and sharp, designed for use on specific tissues.