Bishop Harmon Forceps


Xelpov Surgical’s Bishop-Harmon Forceps is a specialized device that ophthalmic surgeons frequently use to manipulate the most fragile tissues within the anterior chamber, such as the iris, to perform a variety of ocular procedures.

  • 1 x 2 Delicate Teeth Promoting Safe Tissue Holding.
  • Long-Reaching Jaws for Deep Surgical Access.
  • Ergonomic Spring Handle Ensuring Superior Control.
  • 0.4 & 0.12mm Jaw Sizes to Suit All Applications.


Xelpov Surgical‘s Bishop Harmon Forceps offers a broad range of surgical benefits. Its principal use is to hold different types of fragile tissues, dressings, and sutures during ophthalmic surgery, such as iridectomy.

For this purpose, the Bishop Iris Forceps features a pair of very fine, straight jaws that are ideal to reach deep surgical targets. In addition, the working en size is available in 0.4 and 0.3mm lengths to suit a variety of eyeball anatomies.

Furthermore, the 1 x 2 teeth profile of Bishop Harmon Forceps ensures a steady grip onto the held tissues.

Moreover, the handle of these Dissecting Forceps features a spring handle with fenestrations that provide support to the fingers. As a result, surgeons can perform the clamping motion with comfort and avoid the risk of accidental slippage.

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

Technical Specifications:

  • Material: Stainless Steel
  • Length: 8.5cm
  • Tip Style: 1×2 Teeth, Cross Serrated
  • Rusting Prevention Procedure: Passivated
  • Ultrasonic Cleaned: Yes
  • Dull-Polished: Yes
  • Reusable: Yes
  • Grade: Premium OR
  • Latex: Latex Free
  • Sterility: Non-Sterile
  • Tests Performed: Boil Test, Performance Test, Shape Test
  • Packing: Individually Packed
  • QC Passed: Yes

Additional information

Tip Profile

1 x 2 Teeth with Tying Platform, Serrated Jaws

Tip Thickness

0.3 mm, 0.5 mm

Instrument Type


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