FORCEPS, HAEMOST., KELLY, 14 cm, curved 15-71-14


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L031306 - Hemostatic forceps, reusable
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Haemostatic forceps, Kelly


Kelly Hemostatic Forceps are primarily used for clamping large blood vessels or manipulating heavy tissue. They may also be used for soft tissue dissection.


Technical specifications

  • Small curved haemostatic forceps
  • Flexible armes with with finger ring handles
  • Progressive setting and locking of the ratchet
  • Atraumatic jaws, 1/3 length of the shanks
  • Transversal serrations: 1/2 the length of the jaws
  • Length: 14 cm
  • Material: martensitic steel

Instructions for use

Precautions for Use

Do not use these forceps for nursing care as this could impair their distal pressure (the vessels would slip off the jaws). To grip compresses and make dressings, use the appropriate forceps (standard dressing forceps or Cheron dressing forceps).

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