MARYLAND GRASPING FORCEPS, 3MM, 20CM

  1. Maryland Grasping Forceps: Named after the University of Maryland where it was originally developed, this instrument is a type of laparoscopic or endoscopic forceps. It features a long, slender shaft with a handle at one end and grasping jaws at the other.
  2. 3mm Width: The width of 3mm refers to the size of the grasping jaws at the tip of the forceps. This width is suitable for gripping small to medium-sized tissues or structures during minimally invasive procedures.
  3. 20cm Length: The length of 20cm indicates the overall size of the instrument, providing sufficient reach and control for the surgeon or medical professional during procedures.
  4. Function: The grasping jaws of the Maryland forceps are typically fenestrated or have serrated edges to enhance grip on tissues. They may also have a slight curvature to facilitate manipulation in confined spaces. The forceps are designed to be inserted through a trocar or other port in the body, allowing surgeons to grasp, retract, or manipulate tissues without the need for large incisions.
  5. Application: The Maryland Grasping Forceps is commonly used in laparoscopic or endoscopic procedures across various surgical specialties, including general surgery, gynecology, urology, and gastrointestinal surgery. It enables surgeons to perform precise tissue dissection, retraction, or manipulation while minimizing trauma to surrounding tissues.

Description

  1. Maryland Grasping Forceps: Named after the University of Maryland where it was originally developed, this instrument is a type of laparoscopic or endoscopic forceps. It features a long, slender shaft with a handle at one end and grasping jaws at the other.
  2. 3mm Width: The width of 3mm refers to the size of the grasping jaws at the tip of the forceps. This width is suitable for gripping small to medium-sized tissues or structures during minimally invasive procedures.
  3. 20cm Length: The length of 20cm indicates the overall size of the instrument, providing sufficient reach and control for the surgeon or medical professional during procedures.
  4. Function: The grasping jaws of the Maryland forceps are typically fenestrated or have serrated edges to enhance grip on tissues. They may also have a slight curvature to facilitate manipulation in confined spaces. The forceps are designed to be inserted through a trocar or other port in the body, allowing surgeons to grasp, retract, or manipulate tissues without the need for large incisions.
  5. Application: The Maryland Grasping Forceps is commonly used in laparoscopic or endoscopic procedures across various surgical specialties, including general surgery, gynecology, urology, and gastrointestinal surgery. It enables surgeons to perform precise tissue dissection, retraction, or manipulation while minimizing trauma to surrounding tissues.

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