Splinter Forceps

Splinter Forceps

Splinter Forceps Surtex splinter forceps are typically used for removing splinters and foreign bodies from wounds or surgical field. They are tweezer-like thumb forceps with precisely engineered fine pointed tips.
Splinter Forcep Straight - Smooth Jaws

Splinter Forceps

Splinter Forcep Straight - Smooth Jaws

Splinter Forcep Curved - Smooth Jaws

Splinter Forceps

Splinter Forcep Curved - Smooth Jaws

Splinter Forcep Angled - Smooth Jaws

Splinter Forceps

Splinter Forcep Angled - Smooth Jaws

Splinter Forcep Straight - Serrated Jaws

Splinter Forceps

Splinter Forcep Straight - Serrated Jaws

Splinter Forcep Curved - Serrated Jaws

Splinter Forceps

Splinter Forcep Curved - Serrated Jaws

Feilchenfeld Splinter Forcep

Splinter Forceps

Feilchenfeld Splinter Forcep

Hunter Splinter Forcep Straight

Splinter Forceps

Hunter Splinter Forcep Straight

Hunter Splinter Forcep Curved

Splinter Forceps

Hunter Splinter Forcep Curved

Hunter Splinter Forcep Curved

Splinter Forceps

Hunter Splinter Forcep Curved

Shaaf Splinter Forcep

Splinter Forceps

Shaaf Splinter Forcep

Stieglitz Splinter Forcep Straigth

Splinter Forceps

Stieglitz Splinter Forcep Straigth

Stieglitz Splinter Forcep Curved

Splinter Forceps

Stieglitz Splinter Forcep Curved

Peet Splinter Forcep

Splinter Forceps

Peet Splinter Forcep

Ralk Splinter Forcep Straigth

Splinter Forceps

Ralk Splinter Forcep Straigth

Ralk Splinter Forcep Curved

Splinter Forceps

Ralk Splinter Forcep Curved

The tips are either straight or curved to enable surgeons to reach tissues with difficult access. Jaws of splinter forceps have either a smooth inner surface or are lined with transverse serrations for a firmer grip. Some types of Surtex Instruments  splinter forceps, such as Feilchenfeld, Hunter, and Shaaf splinter forceps, have an additional expertly-crafted longitudinal groove along the transverse serrations on the inner surface of their jaws to optimize object grasping. Stieglitz, Peet, and Ralk forceps are other types of splinter forceps manufactured by Surtex Instruments. Splinter forceps are commonly used in general surgery.