DE BAKEY, GRASPING FORCEPS, 18,0 CM, Ø

  1. Name: “Glassman Grasping Forceps” – Named after its inventor or intended purpose, these forceps are specifically designed for grasping and manipulating tissues during orthopedic and spinal surgical procedures.
  2. Type: Grasping Forceps – Similar to the Allis Grasping Forceps, the Glassman Grasping Forceps are designed to grip tissues firmly without causing excessive damage or trauma.
  3. Size: 18.0 cm – This refers to the length of the forceps, measuring 18.0 centimeters from the tip of the forceps to the end of the handle.
  4. Diameter: Ø (Not specified) – Unlike the previous instrument, the diameter is not specified in the description. However, it typically has a similar diameter range as other grasping forceps, which can vary depending on the specific design and intended use.
  5. Function: The primary function of the Glassman Grasping Forceps is to securely hold and manipulate tissues during orthopedic and spinal surgical procedures. They are commonly used for grasping bone fragments, spinal tissue, or other anatomical structures during procedures such as spinal fusion, decompression, or fracture fixation.
  6. Design: The forceps may have a serrated or toothed surface on the grasping tips, similar to other types of grasping forceps, to provide a firm grip on tissues without causing excessive trauma. The specific design may vary depending on the intended use and surgical technique.
  7. Material: Like most surgical instruments, Glassman Grasping Forceps are typically made from surgical-grade stainless steel or other biocompatible materials to ensure durability, corrosion resistance, and compatibility with sterilization processes.
  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: “Glassman Grasping Forceps” – Named after its inventor or intended purpose, these forceps are specifically designed for grasping and manipulating tissues during orthopedic and spinal surgical procedures.
  2. Type: Grasping Forceps – Similar to the Allis Grasping Forceps, the Glassman Grasping Forceps are designed to grip tissues firmly without causing excessive damage or trauma.
  3. Size: 18.0 cm – This refers to the length of the forceps, measuring 18.0 centimeters from the tip of the forceps to the end of the handle.
  4. Diameter: Ø (Not specified) – Unlike the previous instrument, the diameter is not specified in the description. However, it typically has a similar diameter range as other grasping forceps, which can vary depending on the specific design and intended use.
  5. Function: The primary function of the Glassman Grasping Forceps is to securely hold and manipulate tissues during orthopedic and spinal surgical procedures. They are commonly used for grasping bone fragments, spinal tissue, or other anatomical structures during procedures such as spinal fusion, decompression, or fracture fixation.
  6. Design: The forceps may have a serrated or toothed surface on the grasping tips, similar to other types of grasping forceps, to provide a firm grip on tissues without causing excessive trauma. The specific design may vary depending on the intended use and surgical technique.
  7. Material: Like most surgical instruments, Glassman Grasping Forceps are typically made from surgical-grade stainless steel or other biocompatible materials to ensure durability, corrosion resistance, and compatibility with sterilization processes.
  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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