MICRO-ADSON DRESS. FORCEPS 12,0 CM

  1. Name: MICRO-ADSON DRESS. FORCEPS (Micro-Adson Dressing Forceps) 12.0 CM (centimeters)
  2. Length: 12.0 cm
  3. Purpose: This instrument is specifically designed for handling and manipulating small and delicate dressings, gauze, and other sterile materials during surgical procedures. The Micro-Adson Dressing Forceps provide surgeons with a precise grip and control over the dressing material, allowing for accurate placement and adjustment in confined surgical spaces.
  4. Design: The Micro-Adson Dressing Forceps typically feature a fine and slender design with finely serrated or smooth jaws. The jaws are often characterized by delicate, fine tips that allow for precise handling of small dressing materials without causing damage. The forceps may have a locking mechanism near the handle to maintain the grip on the dressing during procedures.
  5. Material: The instrument is usually made from high-quality stainless steel to ensure durability and resistance to corrosion. The smooth or finely serrated surface of the jaws is designed to prevent slippage while handling dressing materials and maintaining a sterile environment.
  6. Usage: Surgeons use the Micro-Adson Dressing Forceps for handling and manipulating small and delicate dressings, gauze, and other sterile materials during surgical procedures. The forceps allow for precise placement and adjustment of dressing materials in confined surgical spaces, ensuring optimal wound care and management.
  7. Applications: This instrument is commonly used in various surgical specialties for dressing changes, wound care, and other procedures requiring delicate handling of dressing materials. It is particularly valuable in microsurgery, plastic surgery, and ophthalmic surgery, where precise handling of small materials is essential for successful outcomes.
  8. Sterilization: Like all surgical instruments, the Micro-Adson Dressing Forceps undergo thorough sterilization procedures to ensure its cleanliness and safety for surgical use. Common sterilization methods include autoclaving, ethylene oxide gas sterilization, or chemical disinfection.

Description

  1. Name: MICRO-ADSON DRESS. FORCEPS (Micro-Adson Dressing Forceps) 12.0 CM (centimeters)
  2. Length: 12.0 cm
  3. Purpose: This instrument is specifically designed for handling and manipulating small and delicate dressings, gauze, and other sterile materials during surgical procedures. The Micro-Adson Dressing Forceps provide surgeons with a precise grip and control over the dressing material, allowing for accurate placement and adjustment in confined surgical spaces.
  4. Design: The Micro-Adson Dressing Forceps typically feature a fine and slender design with finely serrated or smooth jaws. The jaws are often characterized by delicate, fine tips that allow for precise handling of small dressing materials without causing damage. The forceps may have a locking mechanism near the handle to maintain the grip on the dressing during procedures.
  5. Material: The instrument is usually made from high-quality stainless steel to ensure durability and resistance to corrosion. The smooth or finely serrated surface of the jaws is designed to prevent slippage while handling dressing materials and maintaining a sterile environment.
  6. Usage: Surgeons use the Micro-Adson Dressing Forceps for handling and manipulating small and delicate dressings, gauze, and other sterile materials during surgical procedures. The forceps allow for precise placement and adjustment of dressing materials in confined surgical spaces, ensuring optimal wound care and management.
  7. Applications: This instrument is commonly used in various surgical specialties for dressing changes, wound care, and other procedures requiring delicate handling of dressing materials. It is particularly valuable in microsurgery, plastic surgery, and ophthalmic surgery, where precise handling of small materials is essential for successful outcomes.
  8. Sterilization: Like all surgical instruments, the Micro-Adson Dressing Forceps undergo thorough sterilization procedures to ensure its cleanliness and safety for surgical use. Common sterilization methods include autoclaving, ethylene oxide gas sterilization, or chemical disinfection.

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