Forceps are fundamental in the field of surgery and are considered the surgeon’s assistants in almost every operation. Forceps are generally used for grasping tissues and organs.During a surgical procedure, forceps are required after the incision is made and the surgical field becomes expanded for exposure.

They are useful to enable the surgeon to grip small objects or tissues which he is unable to do so with his fingers, or when he needs to hold multiple items simultaneously while his hands are engaged in another task.To optimize surgical performance, forceps are almost always held in the surgeon’s nondominant hand to act in concomitant with a scalpel or a scissor held in his dominant hand.

At Surtex Instruments we assist surgeons with innovative high-quality forceps for use in various surgical procedures. Our focus on quality ensures we manufacture forceps which meet the needs of demanding surgical professionals in addition to exceeding international ISO industry standards.

Our forceps are manufactured in a variety of popular and unique patterns. Surtex Instruments tweezer type (or pick up type) forceps consists of 2 ergonomic high-quality handles joined at one end. Both handles are of the same length. Tweezer forceps are ergonomically designed to be gripped with a comfortable pen holding grip between the index fingerand the thumb.

The shaft is expertly crafted to rest in the surgeon’s first web space. Compressing the shaft closes the opposing sides of the precision engineered handles. The tweezer forceps are manufactured in surgical grade stainless steel and designed to be held in the non-dominant hand. A measured and balanced design ensures a steady and reliable grip on tissues being incised, as well a firm application of pressure on tissues being incised.

Scissor-like forceps is another popular instrument from the Surtex instruments forcep product range. It consists of two blades joined to two handles by an expertly crafted joint.

The blades incorporate a specially designed ratchet for firm locking of the blades tips.The handles of the forceps consist of a shaft and ergonomic finger bows for holding the forceps and are gripped as one would grip scissors. Proper handling of Surtex forceps require the thumb and the ring finger to be placed through the ergonomic bows of the forceps, and both the index as well as the middle fingers to be placed along the perfectly aligned shaft to steady the forceps. The precision engineered Surtex instruments forceps design allows impeccable grasping of tissue with a sufficient force generated at the tips without crushing the tissue.

Surtex Instruments manufacture scissor-like forceps with a variety of tip sizes and patterns to fulfill requirements of medical professional performing various surgical procedures. A comprehensive range ensures you are always sure to find the required pattern

Our range extends to dressing forceps, jeweler forceps, diamond dust forceps, tissue grasping forceps, micro forceps, tumor forceps, dissecting & tissue forceps, micro suturing forceps, diamond dust micro ring forceps, micro atrauma forceps, diamond dust micro suturing forceps, atrauma dissecting forceps, micro ophthalmic forceps, tungsten carbide forceps, splinter forceps, cilia forceps, and titanium forceps.