The Intestinal clamp comprises of a pair of straight or curved jaws with multiple serrations. The ratchet locking mechanism allows it to hold its position, providing pressure for clamping the arteries until further direction by the surgeon. Surtex instruments intestinal clamps come in a variety of designs and sizes including the commonly used Doyen’s intestinal clamp
which has straight jaws for effective holding of the intestinal lumen to occlude bleeders during bowel resection and appendectomy. We also have the Mayo-Robson intestinal clamp
which has fewer serrations on the blades, ideal for holding the smaller structures such as the duodenum during dudenostomy. All of our intestinal clamps are designed with the latest technologies and precise techniques to maintain surgical standards.
They are crafted with premium surgical grade stainless steel ultra-polished to give the instruments a satin finish.