McIndoe Thumb Forceps
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Hunter Splinter Forceps
Mediware Disposable Forceps
Splinter Forceps, Straight, 9 cm
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De Bakey Thumb Forceps, 15.5 cm
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Thumb Forceps in a Large Selection
There are many uses for forceps in medicine. Whether for surgical procedures, dressing changes or cosmetic treatments - dissecting and surgical forceps are used in almost all medical disciplines in the practice, hospital, and operating theatre.
In our online shop you will find both pointed forceps for removing foreign bodies and surgical instruments with wide holding jaws and a grooved handle in straight or curved design for a secure grip and hold of structures of any kind as well as clamp forceps, splinter forceps, and other surgical instruments.
Surgical and Atraumatic Forceps in Various Designs
Anatomical and surgical forceps are used to grasp and hold tissue during surgeries, but can also be used to apply dressings, for example.
For the removal of foreign substances from wounds or body orifices, we offer ear forceps, splinter forceps such as the Feilchenfeld Teqler splinter forceps and cilia forceps.
The dissecting forceps are used for atraumatic holding and grasping of sensitive structures. The holding jaws of the anatomical forceps have a cross-groove or grooved inside and enable safe instrumentation.
Special anatomical forceps, for instance Adson forceps or DeBakey forceps, enable a tissue-sparing method of working and blood vessels and nerves can be precisely held off.
If you are looking for straight forceps for gripping vessels, for example, then the narrow Teqler dissecting forceps made of stainless steel are ideal. The holding jaws with cross grooves and the particularly narrow shape ensure safe and comfortable instrumentation. If you are looking for disposable forceps, you will find various designs from well-known manufacturers in this category.
The surgical forceps have interlocking teeth for a particularly secure, non-slip grip. The interlocking teeth of the holding jaws ensure precise closing. Depending on the type and intended use, surgical forceps with a different number of teeth are available.
The standard surgical thumb forceps from Paul Hartmann, disposable hygienic forceps from the Peha® instrument series, have 1:2 teeth and are made of brushed stainless steel. The standard straight forceps are clearly labelled as disposable instruments and have a sterile shelf life of 5 years.
With the extra wide holding jaws, the Teqler ciliary forceps are ideally suited to securely grasp the finest structures. The forceps made from stainless steel are suitable for cosmetic removal of facial hair (for instance eyebrows) or as a medical instrument, for example in dermatology.
The Troeltsch ear forceps allow a free field of vision due to the angulation. This instrument is mainly used to remove foreign bodies from the external auditory canal.
The DeBakey forceps are particularly narrow, tissue-friendly, anatomical forceps. It has micro serration for safe instrumentation of the smallest, most sensitive tissue structures.
The tissue forceps are available in straight or curved versions and as sterile disposable forceps.
The Adson forceps is a fine-tipped instrument specially designed for surgery. Due to the tapered holding jaws, the atraumatic, pointed forceps enable secure grasping and holding of the smallest, most sensitive tissue structures. Named after the neurosurgeon Alfred W. Adson, these forceps are available as anatomical and surgical forceps.
Splinter forceps have a wide grip area and ensure safe, precise work. The narrow and tapered holding jaws enable the removal of the smallest foreign bodies. Different forms of splinter tweezers can be distinguished from each other. The Teqler Feilchenfeld splinter forceps have special tapered branches with serrations and are available in straight and curved form as well as a disposable instrument.