KELLY ZANGE, 3MM, 20CM

  1. Kelly Forceps: Kelly forceps, also known as Kelly clamps, are a type of hemostatic forceps commonly used in surgical procedures to control bleeding or to grasp and manipulate tissues. They have serrated jaws and a locking mechanism to securely hold onto tissues or small vessels. The “Kelly” name is often associated with curved forceps, which are useful for accessing tissues around corners or in deep surgical cavities.
  2. Mosquito Hemostatic Forceps (Zange): “Zange” is a German term for forceps. While “Mosquito” isn’t directly associated with the term “Zange,” it is often used to describe a type of small hemostatic forceps. Mosquito forceps are characterized by their fine tips and short length, typically around 12.5 cm. They are designed for precise control of small blood vessels and tissues during surgical procedures.

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  1. Kelly Forceps: Kelly forceps, also known as Kelly clamps, are a type of hemostatic forceps commonly used in surgical procedures to control bleeding or to grasp and manipulate tissues. They have serrated jaws and a locking mechanism to securely hold onto tissues or small vessels. The “Kelly” name is often associated with curved forceps, which are useful for accessing tissues around corners or in deep surgical cavities.
  2. Mosquito Hemostatic Forceps (Zange): “Zange” is a German term for forceps. While “Mosquito” isn’t directly associated with the term “Zange,” it is often used to describe a type of small hemostatic forceps. Mosquito forceps are characterized by their fine tips and short length, typically around 12.5 cm. They are designed for precise control of small blood vessels and tissues during surgical procedures.

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