Artery forceps are an instrument used to control bleeding from blood vessels by clamping the artery. A process known as haemostasis.
Used during surgical procedures to hold sponges and swabs. They have a ratchet mechanism towards the handles and have looped serrated jaws.
Tissue forceps are used during surgical procedures for the delicate handling of tissue. We have both single use and reusable options available.
Crocodile forceps manufactured from high-grade surgical steel. Available direct or through the NHS catalogue.
Common patterns include Adson, Gillies, Iris, Lane, Mcindoe, Semkin and t.o.e. Available in either reusable or single-use options.
Used to remove scalpel blades from scalpel handles.
Our dressing forceps are manufactured from surgical grade steel, and subject to strict quality control procedures.
Splinter forceps have a fine tip, and are used during procedures for grasping and moving small objects such as dressings, or foreign bodies.