Krause Broncho-Esophagoscopy Forceps Tip

The Xelpov’s Krause Broncho-Esophagoscopy Forceps Tip is a set of crocodile jaws that you can attach to the Huber assembly to assist in grasping foreign bodies and punching biopsies.

  • Fenestrated Jaws For Stable Grasps On Smooth Objects.
  • Easy Attachment To Our Universal Huber Handle.
  • Premium Grade Stainless Steel For Reliable Service.

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Xelpov’s Krause Broncho-Esophagoscopy Forceps enable doctors to remove foreign bodies in the throat and esophagus. Thus, it helps prevent infections in the lungs and airways. In addition, it can take a biopsy to diagnose tumors.

In emergency cases like airway obstruction, surgeons use Xelpov’s Krause forceps to remove round foreign bodies in the neck that can interfere with breathing. Therefore, we made its design with a light frame to give the surgeon precision and accuracy. Moreover, its flat shape offers stable movements.

Furthermore, you can use its oval fenestrated jaws to hold soft masses in the esophagus. We made the outer surfaces of the jaws blunt to prevent tissue injury. In addition, the jaws have a narrow neck in order for you to view the working tips clearly.

We make a range of the Xelpov’s Bruenings Interchangeable Tubes to control the forceps tips. The straight tubes are 20.0 cm to 40.0 cm long to reach deep tissues in the neck. A 20 cm curved shaft with a 90-degree angle is available in order for you to pass the jaws easily into curved neck spaces.

SURTEX® Instruments manufacture forceps from premium grade stainless steel to ensure years of fine service in your procedures.

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