FORCEPS, TISSUE GRASPING, DUVAL, 23 cm, jaws 20 mm 17-36-70


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L03130401 - Tissue and organ grasping forceps, reusable
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Tissue grasping forceps, Duval


Duval forceps are commonly used in cardiovascular procedures for grasping lung tissue. They may also be used for grasping other tissues in the stomach or intestines. Serrated tips and a ratcheted handle provide a secure grip. This product is straight with triangular, fenestrated, serrated tips. Can also be used for making a compress into a tampon for sponging.


Technical specifications

  • Grasping forceps with aperture (triangle-shaped)
  • Very large, flexible arms
  • Soft ratchet
  • Jaws with strong but atraumatic serrations
  • Width of the jaws: 20 mm
  • Length: 23 cm
  • Material: martensitic steel
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