DeBakey Atrauma Anastomosis Clamps

The Xelpov’s DeBakey Atrauma Anastomosis Clamps is a specialized instrument commonly used for clamping blood vessels. It is frequently used during cardiovascular as well as general surgeries to achieve hemostasis during surgeries.

  • Angled Jaws For Deep Tissue Access
  • Serrated Jaws For Secure Grip
  • Streamlined Design For Superior Control
SKU: CV-429-17
Description

Our DeBakey Atrauma Anastomosis Clamps comes with angled tips for deep access.

Secures and holds delicate tissue, vessels, and organs for hemostasis and manipulation.

Especially includes blunt tips that also prevent piercing injuries to tissues. Comes with curved shanks that contour to the organ surface. In addition, the jaws have fine serrations along the internal surface for gentle but secure grip on tissues.

The instrument has smooth outer edges to prevent inadvertent trauma to surrounding tissue.

The instrument also has an ergonomic design and lightweight to ensure comfortable handling. Moreover, it comes with a secure ratchet lock to decrease user fatigue. The instrument also includes ergonomic finger ring handles for superior control.

The DeBakey Atrauma Anastomosis Clamps comes with an overall length of 16.5 cm ideal for clamping most vessels.

Made in premium quality stainless steel with a satin or mirror finish. The instrument is reusable during multiple surgeries after sterilization.

Additional Information

Author Name

DeBakey

Specialty

Main Category

Sub-Category

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Handle Type

Ring Handle

Joint Type

Box Joint

Ratchet / Lock

Yes

Overall Length

16.5 cm – 6 ½"

Working End Size

24 mm

Finish

Dual Satin & Mirror

Material

Stainless Steel

CE Marking

Yes

Reusable

Yes

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