The all new Fehling kerrison tray (catalog # UCA-3S) is constructed from lightweight anodized aluminum to provide a safe, convenient way to maximize the lifespan of your Fehling kerrisons. With easily accessible handles and a two-point latch system for the removable lid, the UCA-3S offers protection in the sterilization chamber, the OR, and everywhere in between.
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From innovative new retractor systems to expertly crafted MICS instruments, Fehling can fulfill your thoracic, cardiac, and vascular needs.
Fehling is renowned by neurosurgeons across the world for our revolutionary micro instruments and transsphenoidal retractors.
By pairing our thoughtfully-designed retractors with our kerrisons and rongeurs manufactured from the highest quality steel, surgeons have been Fehling the difference for decades.
Fehling Surgical Instruments is a traditional family-owned and family-operated company with more than thirty years of experience in the medical industry. We are constantly striving for excellence in both function and economy of products. This objective is achieved by our endless pursuit of innovation.
We develop, manufacture, and distribute surgical instruments, implants, and single-use products primarily for usage in spinal, neuro, and cardiac surgeries. Our manufacturing is performed entirely in Germany by only the most skilled artisans operating state-of-the-art machinery. Therefore, we feel confident in warranting all of our products.
Your satisfaction is the primary goal of our business. We strive to provide you with outstanding service and unmatched quality in our instruments.
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