Atrauma Clamps

Atrauma Clamps

Atrauma Clamps: As their name indicate, atrauma clamps are surgical instruments used for gripping and clamping different tissues without traumatizing them. The blades of these clamps have fine precision engineered serrations on their inner surface to minimize tissue injury.
Uro-Tangential Atrauma Tangential Forcep Fig. 1

Atrauma Clamps

Uro-Tangential Atrauma Tangential Forcep Fig. 1

Uro-Tangential Atrauma Tangential Forcep Fig. 2

Atrauma Clamps

Uro-Tangential Atrauma Tangential Forcep Fig. 2

Guyon Atrauma Kidney Pedicle Clamp Curved

Atrauma Clamps

Guyon Atrauma Kidney Pedicle Clamp Curved

Dick Atrauma Vaginal Clamp Angled

Atrauma Clamps

Dick Atrauma Vaginal Clamp Angled

Wertheim Atrauma Vaginal Clamp Right Angled

Atrauma Clamps

Wertheim Atrauma Vaginal Clamp Right Angled

Wertheim-Cullen Vaginal Clamp

Atrauma Clamps

Wertheim-Cullen Vaginal Clamp

Different Surtex atrauma clamps are manufactured for clamping various tissues. For instance, DeBakey-Diethrichclamps are precisely-designed for clamping extra-delicate tissues during microvascular surgery, Santulli atrauma curved clamps are expertly crafted or gripping vessels during cardiovascular surgery, and DeBakey-Satinsky clamps are perfectly designated for clasping large vessels during organ transplantation surgery. The main difference between these various clamps is the degree and angle of their curvature. Each blade is manufactured with a certain curvature and a certain angle to meet the needs of surgeons to optimize handling different tissues.