Gynecology Obstetrics Forceps
Showing 1 to 16 of total 16 results
Gynecology Obstetrics Forceps split into two blades that are mounted over the head of the fetus. These divisions are classified as left and right, regardless of which side of the mother's pelvis they are found. The branches generally, but not always, meet at the middle point, which is called the joint. The obstetric forceps with a rotating lock system is used for operations involving further movement. The tip of each branch of the forceps is the angled part used to secure the fetal head. The forceps should be securely, but not closely, around the fetal head. GerMedUSA has created a versatile Gynecology Obstetrics Forceps for practitioners with the support of specialists. The development of medical technology has encouraged a much more detailed diagnosis. Such equipment can be used during the process to provide grasping and access. The instruments are all accurate, robust, and sharp. Hence, they can be repurposed after disinfection.
Kelland-Luikart Obstetrical Forceps, 15 1/2", Solid Blades.
Obstetrical, Forceps, Simpson-Luikart, 14"/ 35 cm
Forceps, Obstetrical, Piper, for breech deliveries, 17 1/2"/ 44.4 cm
Bailey-Williamson Obstetrical Forceps, Size 15 1/2".
Kelland Obstetrical Forceps, 15 1/2".
Hawks-Dennen Obstetrical Forceps, Size 15".
Iowa Membrane Puncturing Forceps, double curved, 6x6 teeth, Size 10 1/4".
Dewey Obstetrical Forceps, with axis traction, Size 14".
Beacham Amniotome 10 1/4".
Murless Head Extractor, with hinged shaft and sliding collar lock, Size 10".
Bill Traction Hnadle, for use with any O.B. Forceps having standard handle.
Luikart Obstetrical Forceps, 15 1/2", Solid Blades.