The Bard-Parker Blade Remover allows surgical team members to safely remove up to five contaminated blades from scalpels without the need to touch a blade, thereby protecting caregivers from sharps injuries.
Because the Bard-Parker Blade Remover allows surgeons to still use a traditional scalpel, without changing their practice.
Because there has been some resistance to adopting safety scalpels in the operating room, the Bard-Parker team has been focused on other products that can help protect staff in a facility where conventional scalpels are being used.
Hill-Rom's surgical portfolio previously comprises leading products for surgical safety and efficiency such as Bard-Parker
scalpels, the Allen Advance Spine Table, patient positioning accessories, surgical supplies and surgical fluids management systems.
An incision was made along the base of the lesion, and the lesion was excised with a sickle knife (figure, C) and a Bard-Parker
#11 knife blade attached to along, thin handle.
Scalpel Blade Remover provides a method to remove blades from conventional scalpels.
Aspen Surgical offers its Bard-Parker
Hands-Free Transfer Tray.
SP: Please explain how the Bard-Parker Hands-Free Transfer Tray allows for the safe and effective passing of sharps in the operating room?
Aspen Surgical: Use of the Bard-Parker transfer tray allows sharp instruments to be transferred from one person to the other using a "neutral zone" rather than passing hand-to-hand.
The Bard-Parker transfer tray provides easy visibility to the instrument so that the person picking it up can clearly see any sharp ends.
With this in mind, our tray was designed to be used in conjunction with other safety-engineered instruments (such as Bard-Parker Safety Scalpels).
Protected Blade System is now available with size 20 thru 23 protected surgical blades in a compatible size-four safety handle.