They consist of 2 ergonomic handles and 2 finger bows connected with an expertly crafted joint. On the inner side of their shaft, lies a precisely engineered ratchet that allows optimized control on the grasped tissue without tissue crushing. Our Allis forceps are commonly used for grasping the intestine in laparoscopic surgeries and during vaginal, breast, and thyroid surgical procedures. Kelman-McPherson, Hoffer-McPherson, and Hoskins tissue forceps are examples of professionally designated tweezer-like forceps manufactured by Surtex Instruments. Hoskins forceps is commonly used in microsurgeries such as vitreoretinal operations.