Hospitals and medical practises will use many types of surgical instruments and devices throughout the day. It’s important that each instruments and device is help to strict quality standards. Bailey Instruments have been manufacturing surgical instruments since 1984, building a long lasting supply chain and a time tested quality management system. Our full range is available to browse online and is also available to order through the NHS Supply Chain catalogue. If you are buying on behalf of an NHS trust you can request NHS pricing here.
Artery forceps are used to control bleeding from blood vessels during surgical procedures. They have a locking mechanism near the hanldes which clamp the jaws in place, leaving the surgeon's hands free. We make and stock common patterns such as Crile, Dunhill, Kocher, Halstead, Hartmann and Spencer Wells.We have both reusable and single use options available. Both are made from surgical steel ensuring a durable, reliable instrument. Our single use artery forceps are indiviaully wrapped, sterile and ready for use.
Sponge forceps are a common instrument used during surgical procedures to hold swabs and sponges. They have a ratchet mechanism on the handles and distinctive looped serated jaws. Both reusable, and single use sponge holding forceps are available. Our single use forceps are available in boxes of ten, and, each forcep is indivually wrapped, sterile and ready for use.
Langenbeck retractors are used during surgical procedures to seperate the edges of a surgical inscision. They are also used to hold back organs and itssue. our langenbeck retractors are available in three sizes – small, medium and large, in both single use and reusable options. Our single use retractors are available in boxes of ten, individually wrapped and ready for use.
Towel clips are used during surgical procedures to hold gowns and drapes in place, keeping the operating field exposed. We Manufacture and stock a range of common patterns including Bachaus, ball & socket, cross action, and Mayo. Both single use and reusable options are available and we hold UK stock available for next working day delivery.
A needle holder is used during surgical procedures to hold a suturing needle for closing wounds. Most needle holders have a ratchet mechanism towards the handles which clamp the jaws in place. The jaws are textured, and some needle holders jaw's are made from Tungsten Carbide.We have both reusable and single use options available in a wide range of common and popular patterns.