Traditional Episiotomy scissors are the Braun 5 1angled blade. More recently, midwives have been choosing the 7" Waldmann serrated blade which is curved, rather than angled and has a slimmer profile. The feedback I've been getting also indicated better wound approximation and healing with the serrated cut. Also, less tissue movement laterally when the cut is being made as the tissue is held in place by the serrated blade. For clinics who are only using sterile disposables, there isn't a true sterile disposable episiotomy scissor, to my knowledge, so a Sterile Disposable 7.25" Lister bandage scissor is an option as it is similar to the Braun angled blade.