GRASPING FORCEPS, 5MM, 32,0CM / 13″

  1. Grasping Forceps: Grasping forceps are surgical instruments used to hold, grasp, manipulate, or retract tissue during surgical procedures. They typically consist of two hinged arms with serrated jaws at the distal end. These jaws can be opened and closed by manipulating handles at the proximal end of the instrument.
  2. 5mm Diameter: The “5mm” diameter refers to the size of the instrument shaft. In minimally invasive surgeries, instruments are often inserted through small incisions or ports, and the diameter of the instrument determines the size of the incision required for insertion. A 5mm diameter indicates that this forceps can fit through a 5mm port or incision.
  3. 32.0cm / 13 inches Length: The length of 32.0cm or 13 inches refers to the overall length of the forceps. This length includes the shaft and the handles. Forceps of this length provide the surgeon with sufficient reach and control during the surgical procedure.
  4. Material: Grasping forceps are typically made of high-quality stainless steel or other durable materials. These materials are chosen for their strength, corrosion resistance, and compatibility with sterilization methods.
  5. Serrated Jaws: The jaws of the grasping forceps are usually serrated to provide a secure grip on tissue or other objects. This helps prevent slippage during manipulation and ensures precise control over the tissue being grasped.
  6. Handle Design: The handles of the forceps are designed for ergonomic comfort and control. They may feature finger loops or ergonomic grips to allow the surgeon to manipulate the instrument with precision and ease.
  7. Sterility: Like all surgical instruments, grasping forceps must be sterile to prevent the risk of infection during surgery. They are typically provided in sterile packaging and sterilized using methods such as steam autoclaving or ethylene oxide gas sterilization before each use.
  8. Special Features: Depending on the specific design and manufacturer, grasping forceps may have additional features such as ratcheting mechanisms for locking the jaws in place, insulated coatings for use in electrosurgical procedures, or disposable designs for single-use applications.

Description

  1. Grasping Forceps: Grasping forceps are surgical instruments used to hold, grasp, manipulate, or retract tissue during surgical procedures. They typically consist of two hinged arms with serrated jaws at the distal end. These jaws can be opened and closed by manipulating handles at the proximal end of the instrument.
  2. 5mm Diameter: The “5mm” diameter refers to the size of the instrument shaft. In minimally invasive surgeries, instruments are often inserted through small incisions or ports, and the diameter of the instrument determines the size of the incision required for insertion. A 5mm diameter indicates that this forceps can fit through a 5mm port or incision.
  3. 32.0cm / 13 inches Length: The length of 32.0cm or 13 inches refers to the overall length of the forceps. This length includes the shaft and the handles. Forceps of this length provide the surgeon with sufficient reach and control during the surgical procedure.
  4. Material: Grasping forceps are typically made of high-quality stainless steel or other durable materials. These materials are chosen for their strength, corrosion resistance, and compatibility with sterilization methods.
  5. Serrated Jaws: The jaws of the grasping forceps are usually serrated to provide a secure grip on tissue or other objects. This helps prevent slippage during manipulation and ensures precise control over the tissue being grasped.
  6. Handle Design: The handles of the forceps are designed for ergonomic comfort and control. They may feature finger loops or ergonomic grips to allow the surgeon to manipulate the instrument with precision and ease.
  7. Sterility: Like all surgical instruments, grasping forceps must be sterile to prevent the risk of infection during surgery. They are typically provided in sterile packaging and sterilized using methods such as steam autoclaving or ethylene oxide gas sterilization before each use.
  8. Special Features: Depending on the specific design and manufacturer, grasping forceps may have additional features such as ratcheting mechanisms for locking the jaws in place, insulated coatings for use in electrosurgical procedures, or disposable designs for single-use applications.

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