ALLIS, GRASPING FORCEPS, 18,0 CM, Ø 5,0

  1. Name: “Allis Grasping Forceps” – Named after Dr. Oscar H. Allis, these forceps are specifically designed for grasping and holding tissues during surgical procedures.
  2. Type: Grasping Forceps – This instrument is designed to grip tissues firmly without causing excessive damage or trauma.
  3. Size: 18.0 cm – This refers to the length of the forceps. In this case, it measures 18.0 centimeters from the tip of the forceps to the end of the handle.
  4. Diameter: Ø 5.0 – This indicates the diameter of the tips of the forceps when they are fully closed. A diameter of 5.0 suggests that the tips, when closed, have a width of 5.0 millimeters.
  5. Function: The primary function of the Allis Grasping Forceps is to securely hold and manipulate tissue during surgical procedures. They are commonly used for grasping organs, skin, muscles, or other tissues, allowing surgeons to maneuver them as needed during procedures such as wound closure, tissue dissection, or organ manipulation.
  6. Design: The forceps have a serrated or toothed surface on the grasping tips, which helps to provide a firm grip on tissues without causing excessive trauma. The teeth or serrations prevent slippage, ensuring a secure hold during manipulation.
  7. Material: Typically made from surgical-grade stainless steel, these forceps are durable, resistant to corrosion, and can be sterilized for reuse.
  8. Handling: The forceps feature finger rings or handles at the opposite end from the grasping tips, allowing surgeons or medical professionals to easily manipulate and control the instrument during procedures.

Description

  1. Name: “Allis Grasping Forceps” – Named after Dr. Oscar H. Allis, these forceps are specifically designed for grasping and holding tissues during surgical procedures.
  2. Type: Grasping Forceps – This instrument is designed to grip tissues firmly without causing excessive damage or trauma.
  3. Size: 18.0 cm – This refers to the length of the forceps. In this case, it measures 18.0 centimeters from the tip of the forceps to the end of the handle.
  4. Diameter: Ø 5.0 – This indicates the diameter of the tips of the forceps when they are fully closed. A diameter of 5.0 suggests that the tips, when closed, have a width of 5.0 millimeters.
  5. Function: The primary function of the Allis Grasping Forceps is to securely hold and manipulate tissue during surgical procedures. They are commonly used for grasping organs, skin, muscles, or other tissues, allowing surgeons to maneuver them as needed during procedures such as wound closure, tissue dissection, or organ manipulation.
  6. Design: The forceps have a serrated or toothed surface on the grasping tips, which helps to provide a firm grip on tissues without causing excessive trauma. The teeth or serrations prevent slippage, ensuring a secure hold during manipulation.
  7. Material: Typically made from surgical-grade stainless steel, these forceps are durable, resistant to corrosion, and can be sterilized for reuse.
  8. Handling: The forceps feature finger rings or handles at the opposite end from the grasping tips, allowing surgeons or medical professionals to easily manipulate and control the instrument during procedures.

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