The Suturing Instruments are used for wound suturing during surgery. These operating room instruments are crafted from German surgical stainless material. Following are some significant suture instruments:
• Clip Applying and Removing Forceps
• Ligature Carriers
• Reverdin Needles
• Wound Clips
We also offer customization of these operating room instruments. These instruments are lightweight and easy to use.
Michel Clip Applying and Removing Forceps are used to apply surgical clips on the skin for wound closure. These surgical forceps are made from German surgical stainless steel.
Michel Clip Applying Forceps are used to apply a Michel wound clip. These operating room forceps are made from German surgical stainless steel.
Hegenbarth Clip Applying Forceps are used to grasp the suture clips. These forceps feature small teeth at the end of the jaws for strong grasping.
Wachenfeld Clip Applying Forceps 5” are used to grasp the suture clips. These forceps feature small teeth at the end of the jaws for strong grasping.
Depuy-Weiss Ligature Carrier 8 ½” used for the placement of ligatures, specifically for urology procedures. This surgical ligature carrier is crafted from premium-grade German surgical stainless steel.
Reverdin Suture Needles are used during sewing or suturing of the surgical site. These surgical needles are crafted from German surgical stainless steel.
Michel Wound Clips are widely used to close wounds or remove them when the healing process is complete. These clips are also useful when used to stop the blood flow. They have multiple variations, so you can pick the best one of your choice, depending on the surgical need. They are crafted from high-grade German surgical stainless steel and thus can be reused after sterilization.