Betor™ MRI Safe Ceramic Scalpel for iMRI Surgery, Biopsy and Anatomy



Bringing innovation into one of the most ancient surgical instruments, Betor™ MRI Safe Ceramic Scalpel's blades are made out of  Yttria-stabilized Zirconia (YSZ), very hard and tough ceramic. Zirconia is 8.5 on the Mohs scale of mineral hardness, compared to 4.5 for normal steel and 7.5 to 8 for hardened steel and 10 for diamond. Attached to plastic handles, the Betor™ Ceramic Scapels, or lancets, are non-magnetic, compatible with safety in iMRI (Intraoperative Magnetic Resonance Imaging) environment, usually performing MRI-guided surgery. Instead of titanium blades, Betor™ MRI Safe Ceramic Scalpels provide a much sharper alternative. Also, ceramic scalpel provides fast wound healing with its better bio-compatibility[1].



Betor MRI Safe Ceramic Scalpels

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Cold Sterilization Solution or Low-Temperature sterilization, please refer to the sterilization product instruction.

HIGH-LEVEL Disinfection

Put the scalpel in, at a minimum recommended concentration (MRC) of 1.5%, glutaraldehyde at 35°C (95°F), not to exceed 28 days, with a minimum contact or immersion time of at least 5 minutes.


About Scalpel

About MRI Safe

About  Intraoperative MRI

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Betor Ceramic Scalpel Brochure V0.1EN

Betor™ Reusable Ceramic Scalpel User Instruction

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