Stimulating Surgical Instruments
Scorpion forceps use the surgeon's technique to deliver EMG stimulation for optimal nerve monitoring.
Scorpion surgical instruments are integrated with EMG stimulation. The forceps assist the surgeon in precise dissection and nerve mapping simultaneously.
Available in a variety of hemostat forceps for a familiar surgical performance. NMP stimulating forceps use the surgeon’s own technique to deliver monopolar stimulation for real-time nerve identification.
Scorpion instruments are compatible with the Nerveäna, Nerveäna Plus, and most nerve integrity monitoring systems.
Scorpion Stimulating Hemostat Forceps For Neuromonitoring
|Item Code||Product Description|
|I-SHEM-M||Mosquito Forceps, Monopolar Stimulation, Fine Curved Tip, 5 in, Reusable|
|I-ATF714B||Adson Tonsil Forceps, Monopolar Stimulation, Fine Curved Tip, 7.25 in, Reusable|
|I-MCF512B||McCabe Forceps, Monopolar Stimulation, Fine Curved Tip, 5.5 in, Reusable|
|l-MF512B||Mixter Forceps (Right-Angle), Monopolar Stimulation, Fine Tip, 5.5 in, Reusable|
|l-CSI||Customer Supplied Instrument Coating|
|l-REPAIR||Rework or Repair of an Instrument|
Scorpion hemostatic forceps are surgical-grade stainless steel integrated with EMG stimulation. The forceps feature a robust coating that creates insulation and precise conductivity to stimulate an evoked response.
The integrated instruments easily dissect, grasp, or exert traction upon objects allowing surgeons to use their preferred surgical technique in often delicate procedures.
NMP designed Scorpion instruments to facilitate a PROACTIVE nerve monitoring surgical technique.
Turn-Key Surgical Solution
Scorpion is a turn-key solution for surgeons to integrate EMG stimulation into their prefered hemostat forceps. Stimulating surgical instruments allow for more effective and efficient procedures.
Hemostats available: McCabe, Mosquito, Mixter, and Adson Tonsil forceps. Designed to fulfill a variety of surgical applications and individual preferences.
Scorpion instruments use the surgeon’s own technique to deliver EMG stimulation for an evoked response to confirm nerve location and integrity. Once the target nerve is identified, constant stimulation is applied until surgery is complete.
The innovative design continues to monitor nerve activity within the surgical site, providing EMG signals that can influence the surgical plan and improve patient outcomes.
Scorpion monopolar forceps can be used with the Nerveäna, the Nerveäna Plus and other commercial nerve monitoring systems.