Surgical bone reamers are instruments that are used to smooth out the walls of a bone that has been cut. They can also be used to fix small imperfections in bones and prepare them for surgery. For instance, they may be used during surgery to remove a tumor or break up bone fragments. The process involves cutting or drilling a hole in the middle of the bone and then using the surgical bone reamer to remove any rough edges. The instrument is made up of two hollow cylinders, one inside the other. The outer cylinder is smaller than the inner cylinder. This design ensures that as you turn the handle, both rotors will work together to rotate back and forth against each other. The benefit of surgical bone reamers is that they can be used with minimal risk. However, there are some side effects that you will experience when using them. Osteopenia or osteoporosis are two conditions that result from the overuse of surgical bone reamers. This is because they remove small pieces of bone tissue, which leads to an overall loss in density with time. This is not a life-threatening condition, but it is important to have regular checkups to monitor your progress and make sure you don't have any serious conditions. These instruments have tungsten blades or steel blades because they are stronger than stainless steel blades which are commonly found in these instruments.

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