Bebcock forcep 8

$34.00

Description:

Babcock Forceps are ratcheted, finger ring, and non-perforating forceps and are widely used to grasp delicate tissues during surgical procedures. They are commonly used in laparotomy and intestinal processes. They are similar to Allis forceps, though they may be less traumatic due to round and wider grasping surface. The hypogastric connective tissues are perforated lateromedially. Thus these forceps are gently opened to enlarge the passage.

Babcock Forceps are ratcheted, finger ring, and non-perforating forceps and are widely used to grasp delicate tissues during surgical procedures. They are commonly used in laparotomy and intestinal procedures. These forceps are similar to Allis forceps, though they may be less traumatic due to round and wider grasping surface. The hypogastric connective tissues are perforated lateromedially. Thus these forceps are gently opened to enlarge the passage. The ring handle looks like scissors. They have multiple variations such as forceps with a length of 6 1/4″, 8″, 9 1/2″, and 5 1/2″, Delicate Jaws 6mm Wide. The delicate jaws of the forceps make them highly suitable for intestinal surgical procedures. The standard pattern is designed in such a way that jaws easily hold the hypogastric connective tissues without causing more damage. The tips are fenestrated, and the triangle, along with horizontal serrations and jaws, is also circumferential. These forceps are also highly suitable for grasping the tubular structures. This versatile instrument is crafted from 100% high-grade German surgical stainless steel and can be reused after sterilization. This feature makes this instrument perfect for multiple uses. Low maintenance is required due to having high tensile strength and resistance against environmental changes.

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