Tungsten Carbide Tissue Forceps are widely used to grasp the tissues during surgical procedures.
Potts Smith Forceps Tungsten Carbide has fine and long pointed jaws that are used to manipulate tissues securely. They are used explicitly for cardiovascular procedures. The tip of these forceps is made from tungsten carbide that allows a firm grip.
Cushing Forceps Tungsten Carbide is crafted from German surgical stainless steel and tungsten carbide, making them durable and robust instruments with a cross-hatched surface. This unique design makes it perfect for secure tissue grasping.
Dressing Forceps Tungsten Carbide is manufactured from German surgical stainless steel and tungsten carbide that makes this instrument strong with a crosshatched surface and provides a secure grip.
General forceps are widely used to grasp delicate tissues and other objects during surgical procedures. They are also recommended to use in many medical approaches, depends on the surgical need and medical type. They are crafted from high-grade German surgical stainless steel and thus can be reused after sterilization.
Tungsten Carbide Wire Cutter is a tool intended to be used during surgical procedures for cutting wires.
K-Wire Cutter Tungsten Carbide is a flexible tool that can be used in a number of surgical procedures. It is primarily designed for use in a particular perpendicular orientation for cutting wire.