Tumor Grasping Forceps

Tumor Grasping Forceps

Tumor Grasping Forceps Tumor grasping forceps are surgical instruments utilized in neurosurgery to manipulate and hold tumorous tissue while performing a tumor removal surgery. The main parts of a tumor grasping forceps are scissor type ringed handles and two stainless steel platforms, one of which is provided with a small jaw and the other being displaceable in order to push the jaw’s rear surface forward to close it.
Yasargil Tumor Grasping Forcep

Tumor Grasping Forceps

Yasargil Tumor Grasping Forcep

Oldberg Tumor Grasping Forcep

Tumor Grasping Forceps

Oldberg Tumor Grasping Forcep

Surtex Instruments offers the Yasargil Tumor Grasping Forceps, which features small scoop-shaped jaws perfectly designed to hold and extract dissected tumors guaranteeing a complete embracement of the tissue removed. This instrument is provided with a 30.5 mm bite aperture and 20 cm length. Also, we offer the Oldberg Tumor Grasping Forceps, which features a 6.5 mm bite rate, enabling the surgeon to securely hold larger amounts of tumorous tissue. All our tumor grasping forceps are manufactured in surgical grade stainless steel utilizing precise manufacturing techniques, ensuring premium quality instruments for your surgical procedure.