GRAEFE IRIS FORCEPS STR SERR. 7.0 CM

The Graefe Iris Forceps, Straight, with serrations, measures 7.0 cm (centimeters) in length. It’s a specialized surgical instrument commonly used in ophthalmic procedures for delicate manipulation and handling of the iris.

  1. Size: The forceps are 7.0 cm in length, providing a compact and precise tool for delicate maneuvers within the eye.
  2. Design: These forceps feature straight handles designed for ergonomic grip and precise control during surgical procedures. The handles may have ridges or textures to enhance grip and prevent slippage.
  3. Serrations: The jaws of the forceps are serrated, providing additional grip and stability when grasping tissue, reducing the risk of slippage during manipulation.
  4. Material: Graefe Iris Forceps are typically made from high-quality surgical-grade stainless steel or titanium, chosen for their durability, corrosion resistance, and compatibility with sterilization procedures, ensuring longevity and reliability in surgical settings.
  5. Function: The primary function of Graefe Iris Forceps with serrations is to grasp and manipulate the iris during ophthalmic surgeries. Surgeons use these forceps for tasks such as stabilizing the iris, creating access during surgery, or manipulating its position for optimal surgical outcomes.
  6. Usage: These forceps are an essential tool in ophthalmic surgery, commonly used in combination with other instruments to achieve precise and controlled maneuvers within the eye, ensuring optimal surgical outcomes and patient safety.
  7. Sterilization: Like all surgical instruments, Graefe Iris Forceps undergo thorough sterilization before each use, typically through autoclaving, chemical disinfection, or ethylene oxide gas sterilization, to minimize the risk of infection or contamination during surgery, ensuring cleanliness and safety for patient use.

Description

The Graefe Iris Forceps, Straight, with serrations, measures 7.0 cm (centimeters) in length. It’s a specialized surgical instrument commonly used in ophthalmic procedures for delicate manipulation and handling of the iris.

  1. Size: The forceps are 7.0 cm in length, providing a compact and precise tool for delicate maneuvers within the eye.
  2. Design: These forceps feature straight handles designed for ergonomic grip and precise control during surgical procedures. The handles may have ridges or textures to enhance grip and prevent slippage.
  3. Serrations: The jaws of the forceps are serrated, providing additional grip and stability when grasping tissue, reducing the risk of slippage during manipulation.
  4. Material: Graefe Iris Forceps are typically made from high-quality surgical-grade stainless steel or titanium, chosen for their durability, corrosion resistance, and compatibility with sterilization procedures, ensuring longevity and reliability in surgical settings.
  5. Function: The primary function of Graefe Iris Forceps with serrations is to grasp and manipulate the iris during ophthalmic surgeries. Surgeons use these forceps for tasks such as stabilizing the iris, creating access during surgery, or manipulating its position for optimal surgical outcomes.
  6. Usage: These forceps are an essential tool in ophthalmic surgery, commonly used in combination with other instruments to achieve precise and controlled maneuvers within the eye, ensuring optimal surgical outcomes and patient safety.
  7. Sterilization: Like all surgical instruments, Graefe Iris Forceps undergo thorough sterilization before each use, typically through autoclaving, chemical disinfection, or ethylene oxide gas sterilization, to minimize the risk of infection or contamination during surgery, ensuring cleanliness and safety for patient use.

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