Allis Intestinal and Tissue Grasping Forceps

The Xelpov’s Allis Intestinal and Tissue Grasping Forceps also called a hemostat is commonly used in multiple surgeries to grasp tissues for manipulation and clamp blood vessels. The instrument is frequently used in general as well as specialized surgeries.

  • Broad Tips For Secure Grip
  • Ratchet Lock Provides Self-Retaining System
  • Ergonomic Ring Handles For Comfortable Handling

Our Allis Intestinal and Tissue Grasping Forceps comes with broad tips for grasping tissues securely.

Grasps skin, muscle, tendons, fascia, blood vessels as well intestinal wall and sutures.

Especially includes long shanks that provide access to deep tissues. The short blades to shank ratio also improves surgical control.

The grasping forceps comes with blunt tips that prevent piercing injuries to tissues. Moreover, the narrow profile of the instrument enables access to hard to reach places.

Available in 4 by 5 teeth and 5 by 6 teeth to suit different surgical needs. The teeth hook on to the tissue providing surgeon with a secure anchor to manipulate tissues.

Streamlined design and light weight also ensure comfortable handling. In addition, the ergonomic finger handles provide better control of instrument.

The Allis Intestinal and Tissue Grasping Forceps comes with a ratchet lock that gives it its self-retaining property. This is of value when grasping tissues for repeated manipulation.

Made in premium grade stainless steel with satin finish to prevent glare. The instrument can be sterilized and reused.

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Handle Type

Ring Handle

Joint Type

Box Joint

Ratchet / Lock





Stainless Steel

CE Marking




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