Babcock Intestinal and Tissue Grasping Forceps

Xelpov’s Babcock Intestinal and Tissue Grasping Forceps is a general-purpose surgical device that surgeons can use for grasping different types of tissues, nonetheless, they are ideal to explore the abdominal cavity.

  • Atraumatic Serrations to Avoid Local Injury.
  • Circumferential Jaws for Holding Tubular Structures.
  • Tungsten Carbide Inserts Promoting Strong Grasping.
  • Ergonomic Finger Rings Ensuring Maximum Control.
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Description

The Babcock Intestinal and Tissue Grasping Forceps offers a wide array of surgical benefits. Its principal use is to mobilize the intestines during exploratory laparotomy, in order to gain a clear view of the operating site.

For this purpose, the instrument features circumferential, triangular jaws, which ensure optimal grip on tubular tissues. In addition, the internal surface of the jaws features horizontal serrations for protecting the grasped tissues.

Moreover, the jaws also include our UltraGrip™ technology. This feature reinforces the working surface with tungsten carbide inserts for stronger grasping action.

All our Babcock Intestinal and Tissue Grasping Forceps feature long shafts for deep surgical access. Also, the ratchet mechanism allows for self-locking the jaws, which enables surgeons to grasp other devices.

Manufactured in premium grade stainless steel with a fine satin finish that reduces glare.

Additional Information

Author Name

Babcock

Specialty

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Sub-Category

Working End Details

Fenestrated Jaws with Serrations

Handle Type

Ring Handle

Joint Type

Box Joint

Ratchet / Lock

Yes

Finish

Satin

Material

Stainless Steel

CE Marking

Yes

Reusable

Yes

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