The tonsil snare is a ring instrument that is used to encircle the affected tonsil for removal in tonsillectomy.
Surtex Instruments manufacture several types of tonsil snares for your surgical preference. These include the popular Eve tonsillar snare, which has three ring handle that controls a stainless steel wire loop to snare the lower pole of the tonsil after dissection. The lower pole is crushed on snaring and the released thromboplastin serves as a powerful vasoconstrictor. Surtex Instruments manufacture both ratcheted and non-ratcheted Eve tonsil snares. The ratchet mechanism is designed to assist in enucleation, and the snare is manufactured with light-weight materials to decrease the work needed by the operator.
Surtex Instruments also manufacture the Bruenings Tonsil Snare which is designed with a double ratchet mechanism to provide better grip during the procedure. The Tyding Tonsil Snare is another surgical choice with a wire loop that is controlled with a flat ring handle. Surtex Instruments manufacture snare wire loops with 40 or 50 mm diameters, and each pack has 100 stainless steel wire loops.
All our Surtex Instruments tonsil snares and wire loops are designed for the highest functionality and comfort of use. They are manufactured from premium quality surgical grade stainless steel and can be sterilized and reused for years of reliable operation in tonsillectomy procedures.