Hemostatic or artery forceps are used during surgical procedures to control blood flow and as a clamp to stop flow in a vessel. Forceps are also used to hold skin, tissue, or muscle during a procedure. Forceps can be serrated, toothed, and can be straight, curved or angled.
Hemostatic forceps are also used for holding firmly, grasping, or exerting traction. Hemostaic forceps are preferred over thumb forceps as these have locking mechanism. Hemostatic forceps are also called clamps because these are also used to hold tissue.
Kelly hemostats and Mosquito forceps are most commonly used in procedures, MediTools forceps have bigger finger rings for easy handling. Each forceps is individually hand crafted and polished for durability.
Forceps Mosquito StraightThese stainless steel, straight-tipped forceps feature ring handles for easy operation, similar to scissors. Easy to grip and simple to operate, Straight Mosquito Forceps have been a life-saving tool in the hands of surgeons...
Crile Straight Forceps are specially designed hemostat forceps, which use the entire length of the jaw as a working surface. They are commonly used in hospitals, medical centres & surgery centres.High quality stainless steel makes it easy to...
Forceps Crile CurvedPerfect for any health care and personal care precision gripping and manipulation needs. Criles Curved Forceps are specialized hemostatic forceps. They are commonly used in hospitals, medical centres and surgery centres. Commonly...
Medical procedures do not only involve injections and drug. Sometimes, doctors have to remove unnecessary or excessive tissue in the body; this is where forceps come in. The cause of health complications that necessitate surgery can be the need to remove an unwanted body tissue or growth. At times, it can be a foreign element in the body that denies proper functioning of the body through blocking flow of blood and other body fluids. After identifying the location and cutting through the flesh, forceps are used to specifically pick up such an item without interfering with other body organs. We deliver all our forceps to Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide, Brisbane, Perth and all other major cities in Australia.
Forceps work in the same way as tweezers. The spacing between body organs can be too small for fingers of a surgeon to fit and remove the unwanted element; tweezers come in handy. They help in distinctively picking up the tissues from the body. When removing teeth, dentists also use these medical instruments to focus on one tooth and pull it out without shaking or damaging other teeth. Also, forceps apply force on small parts where big instruments cannot fit. While fingers are the best in applying force and feeling the weakness and nature of a tissue before, they can sometimes be useless because of the size.
Forceps are also used in extreme conditions when a mother cannot naturally deliver due to complications. The forceps penetrate through the vagina to provide traction to fetus head thus helping in pulling it out even as the mother pushes out. It is considered an extreme measure in delivery process because of the risks involved with regards to mother and child damage. Doctors are required by legal policies to seek consent from the mother or a close family member before undertaking the procedure. The consent should come after extensively explaining the risks and reasons of using forceps.
When labor has stalled and contractions are not helping in pushing the baby, forceps are used as an emergency procedure to save the mother and child from further risks. He medical instruments can also be used when doctors dictate fetus stress usually because of pharmaceuticals.
Drs. Davinder Grover and Ronald Fellman demonstrate the use of a novel instrument named the Grover Ocular Tissue Utility (GOTU) forceps, which can safely handle conjunctiva, tie fine sutures, purchase and manipulate glaucoma drainage implants, as well as cut sutures and other materials during glaucoma surgery. The GOTU forceps have significantly improved Dr. Grover's efficiency in the operating room and minimized his dependence on assistance from his surgical technician.
Relevant Financial Disclosures: Dr. Davinder Grover discloses that 6% of proceeds from sales of the GOTU forceps will be donated from Epsilon USA to his foundation, the Cure Glaucoma Foundation. Dr. Ronald Fellman discloses no relevant financial relationships.
Make changing dermal anchor attachments easy with these dermal anchor tube forceps. You can use these forceps to grip a dermal anchor attachment or ball. They can also be used to screw on other small threaded balls. They will grip balls sized 3mm and up.
We offer a wide range of surgical forceps. There are many varieties and surgical applications for clamps. They are an essential tool during surgery where blood flow to an organ must be stopped or controlled. Surgical forceps are divided into several categories: Hart barrel end terminals are made with resilient and sturdy steel jaws that provide low risk of injury to the tissue. Atraumatic forceps have a jaw with a special tooth profile to enable optimum protection of the fabric. We also offer a wide selection of long and short clamps: bulldog clamps, dissecting forceps, tissue grasping terminals, intestinal clamps, peritoneum clamps, and towel forceps to guarantee the optimal fixation of dressings.
Kinetic carbon steel forceps help you handle a variety of on-the-water situations. Built-in scissors. Great for cutting lines and detaching hooks/flies. Comfortable anti-slip grip. Essential for safe hook removal. 041b061a72