Translation of scalpel in Spanish:


bisturí, n.

Pronunciation /ˈskalp(ə)l//ˈskælpəl/


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    bisturí masculine
    escalpelo masculine
    • Staff members should take precautions to prevent serious injuries caused by needles, scalpels, and other sharp instruments or devices used during surgical procedures.
    • A suggested method to safely remove a scalpel blade from its handle is depicted in Figure 2.
    • A little research in newspaper morgues proved the surgeon had died in a bizarre operating room fight with scalpels when other doctors accused him of unnecessary surgery.
    • In medical terminology, scalpels were long, thin bladed knives used mainly in surgical operations.
    • Imagine the field surgeons with scalpels and the firemen with the jaws of life.
    • Scissors, saws, knives, scalpels, hemostats, etc. - such tools are becoming too expensive to throw away after one use.
    • This is done by scraping the lesion with the edge of a rounded scalpel blade or the edge of a glass slide.
    • I examined his knives and the steel used is very similar to that used in surgical scalpels - and just as sharp.
    • The Hope-based cleaning machine is supposed to sterilise metal surgical instruments such as scalpels and forceps every time they are used.
    • Disposable syringes, suture needles, and reusable scalpels were among the devices most frequently causing injury.
    • Excess keratin should be pared away with a scalpel blade to expose the floor of the ulcer and allow efficient drainage of the lesion.
    • However, there is more to safely disposing of needles, scalpels and blades than safe sharps containers alone.
    • The first place I found was this tiny medical supply company that sold scalpels, surgical clamps, bone saws and that little hammer they test your reflexes with.
    • When a patient is in surgery, a gas bag icon indicates induction, and a scalpel represents incision.
    • In the mortuary there were scalpels sharp enough to cut through the toughest of leather, along with other surgical instruments that would make a surgeon proud.
    • Without the advances in anaesthetics, brawny assistants would still be holding patients down while surgeons attacked with scalpels and saws and the patient lay there screaming.
    • The only time he was really scared was when he reached England days later with his wound ravaged with infection and a surgeon appeared with two scalpels and informed him the arm would have to go.
    • These may range from the practice of making minimal surgical incisions to using electrosurgery, lasers, and ultrasonic scalpels for coagulation of bleeding vessels.
    • For removal without stitches, the surgeon uses a scalpel to scrape off the mole so that it's level with or slightly below the skin.
    • Comparison of the UK rate of spinal surgery with that in other countries shows that UK surgeons are not sharpening their scalpels to the ringing of cash tills.