Bone Tamps

Definition : Surgical instruments designed to enlarge a hole into the bone cavity. These instruments typically are surgical handheld manual instruments that include a distal end that has appropriate means to enlarge and smooth the bone cavity. Bone tamps are mainly used in surgical procedures intended to insert grafts and/or bone cement, such as the repair of knee ligaments with anterior cruciate ligament tears. Dedicated bone tamps using mechanical expanders and/or balloons at the distal tip are also available.

UMDC code : 27821

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