Used to apply or manipulate a dressing, e.g., cotton swabs, on the tissue during a surgical intervention. It typically has two main designs: 1) a self-retaining, scissors-like design with ring handles and the working end with a variety of designs, e.g., straight, angled, or curved with grooves and serrations to ensure grip; and 2) tweezers-like design (may be a micro/fine instrument) with two conjoined blades and serrated tips at the working end.
Swab Holding Forceps
Dressing sponge forceps
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