Tissue forceps have become an increasingly popular type of surgical instrument in recent years. There are many different types of tissue forceps, and they are all designed to help you control and grab tissues.
They are designed with serrated or smooth edges, and some have a locking mechanism to keep them in place. They are made from a variety of materials, but the most common type is stainless steel.
A blunt tip helps to avoid damage to the tissue, and a long handle provides leverage and control. In contrast, a serrated edge provides a better grip on the tissue.
Tissue forceps are used in a variety of surgical procedures, including but not limited to:
- Removing tumors
- Clamping off blood vessels
- Grasping and removing debris
A1 Medcare tissue forceps are some of the best on the market. We use high-quality stainless steel in our construction, so you can be sure that they will last a lifetime. We also offer a variety of types to choose from, so you can find the perfect tissue forceps for your needs.
Our catalog contains a wide variety of tissue forceps, and we are sure you will find the perfect ones for your needs.