A veterinary orthopedic drill is used for veterinary trauma surgery. It can also be used for human hand and foot surgery, usually used to drill bones to fix screw devices or screws. Veterinary orthopedic drills are mainly used to reconstruct cruciate ligaments during surgery, most of the time they are used for drilling. By drilling holes in bones, mechanical energy is converted into thermal energy adjacent to bone and soft tissue, so the temperature will increase. The size of the veterinary orthopedic drill hole depends on the rotation speed, axial thrust, geometry, diameter, and other factors required during the operation. However, due to the excessive temperature caused by drilling holes may lead to bone necrosis or bone osteogenesis potential damage, which is where Ruijin Medical has been continuously improving.
The veterinary orthopedic drill is mainly used for bone reconstruction surgery to treat injured bones. The range of veterinary orthopedic drill is usually from 0.5 mm to several millimeters. The standard veterinary orthopedic drill consists of flute, shaft, chisel edge and cutting edge. The chisel edges of veterinary drills are mainly used for axial thrust and small cuts. Veterinary drills have three different types of power systems, pneumatics, batteries and electrical. Batteries The veterinary orthopedic drills are more expensive but more powerful than other types. The biggest advantage is that the batteries are installed inside the drill and there is no wire or hose to use. Pneumatic and electric veterinary orthopedic drill are not costly but require compressed gas and external power.
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