Straight or curved scissor plier with serrated blades used in the constriction of blood vessels during surgery to prevent bleeding and control haemorrhage.
Hemostats (Haemostats), Arterial Forceps, Artery Forceps, Artery Clips
Locking forceps (aka hemostats clamps) used to compress an artery to forestall bleeding with finger loops grasped by the thumb and middle or ring fingers, while the index finger helps guide the instrument, to facilitate handling. The locking mechanism is a series of interlocking teeth located near the finger loops that allow the user to adjust the clamping force of the pliers. As the forceps are closed, the teeth engage and keep the instrument’s grasping surfaces from separating. A simple shift of the fingers is all that is needed to dis-engage the teeth and allow the grasping ends to move apart.
- Nom Instrument: Kelly [140mm (5.51in)]
- Pointe: Courbe, Dentelée
- Matériel Pointe: Acier Inoxydable
- Matériel Manche: Acier Inoxydable