FORCEPS, TISSUE, STAND, 1x2 teeth, straight 14.5 cm 06-05-14


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L03130401 - Tissue and organ grasping forceps, reusable
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Standard tissue forceps


Forceps used in deep surgery for gripping and dissecting tissues, as well as for the coagulation of vessels.


Technical specifications

  • Straight forceps with 1 x 2 teeth
  • Flexible arms
  • Adjustment and good gripping of the jaws
  • Serrated jaws
  • Length: 14.5 or 25 cm
  • Material: martensitic steel

Instructions for use

  • A dressing forceps (without teeth) will be used for delicate tissues (see related articles below).
  • A tissue forceps (with teeth) is used for thick tissues
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