The main parts of the instruments include 2 shanks which curve inwards from the finger rings with flat blades. The end offlat blades are serrated with a central perforation to improve grip on the stone. During a nephrotomy or incision of the gall bladder in a laparotomy, the kidney stone forceps is inserted into the incised organ to grasp and remove the stones. Surtex instruments Kidney stone forceps are available in number of curved angles to optimize stone removal from different organs and internal anatomical locations. For example the Randall kidney forceps
is available in different lengths and curvatures including the 8.25 inches
and 9 inch forceps
ideal for grasping large stones from hard to reach anatomical locations.
The Helming kidney stone forcep
has smaller blades engineered to grasp smaller stones during laparotomy. All of our surgical instruments are manufactured with premium grade surgical stainless steel and can be sterilized for repeated use.