Hemostatic forceps are a type of surgical tool used to quickly and effectively control bleeding by clamping down on blood vessels.
They comprise a long, thin shaft with a pair of jaws at the end. The jaws have teeth or serrations that grip the tissue when closed. Furthermore, a ratchet mechanism is built into the handles that allow the user to tighten the grip on the tissue.
They are usually made using surgical steel, which is a type of stainless steel that is resistant to corrosion.
Furthermore, they feature handles that are textured in order to provide a good grip. That is important, as the user will need a good grip to apply sufficient pressure to the tissue.
The most common types of hemostatic forceps are the Kelly forceps, Pean forceps, artery forceps, and mosquito forceps.
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