Atrauma Intestinal Tissue Grasping Forceps

Atrauma Intestinal Tissue Grasping Forceps

Atrauma intestinal tissue grasping forceps

The atrauma intestinal tissue grabbing forceps is a specialized surgical instrument that is used to grasp and manipulate delicate tissues such as the bowel, appendix and rectum during abdominal surgeries like bowel resection surgery, hernia repair, laparotomy and appendectomy. The main parts of the atrauma intestinal forceps are the non-perforated, ratcheted forceps attached to finger rings with a locking mechanism.

Allis Atrauma Intestinal and Tissue Grasping Forcep

Atrauma Intestinal Tissue Grasping Forceps

Allis Atrauma Intestinal and Tissue Grasping Forcep

Babcock Atrauma Intestinal and Tissue Grasping Forcep

Atrauma Intestinal Tissue Grasping Forceps

Babcock Atrauma Intestinal and Tissue Grasping Forcep

Scheibe (Collin) Atrauma Organ Grasping Forcep

Atrauma Intestinal Tissue Grasping Forceps

Scheibe (Collin) Atrauma Organ Grasping Forcep

They have wider blades and rounded grasping surface which minimizes trauma to soft tissues. They are also often used in cholecystectomy and tubal ligation procedures.Surtex instruments Atrauma intestinal tissue grasping forceps are available in different patterns such as the Babcock atrauma intestinal tissue grasping forceps which has rounded jaws for effective holding of delicate intestinal tissue with minimal trauma. We also have the Collins Atrauma forceps which has flat blades which are effective for grasping membranes such as the peritoneal membrane and rectus sheath during laparotomy.