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Scissors come in a tremendous variety of styles and sizes. They come in straight, curved and angular versions. When opened as wide as possible, well-made scissors will have a lot of play at the hinge. This is not a sign of malfunction but a required design feature. Some scissors have serrated blades. Some doctors prefer the serrated blades because they believe it helps prevent tissue slippage.
Useful hints in usage:
Dedicate the different types for their specific purpose for example, using fine dissecting scissors to cut suture can ruin the cutting edge.