McGee Wire Bending Forceps

Xelpov’s McGee Wire Bending Forceps is a specialized ENT tool that surgeons commonly use for crimping the wire of the stapes prosthesis around the incus bone, in order to perform stapedectomy.

  • Notched Jaws for Fitting the Prosthesis Wire.
  • 3.5 & 6.0mm Tip Size for Easily Reaching the Middle Ear.
  • 0.8mm Jaws Width for Traversing Narrow Spaces.
  • Ergonomic Finger Rings Ensuring Superior Handling.

The McGee Wire Bending Forceps is a scissor-like, grasping device that offers multiple benefits. Its principal use is to bend the stapes prosthesis wire during stapedectomy.

For this purpose, the forceps feature alligator-like, notched jaws that easily accommodates to the wire. As a result, surgeons can crimp the wire around the incus bone with minimal effort.

Moreover, the McGee Wire Bending Forceps features finger ring handles that provide an exceptional grip and minimize fatigue. In addition, the ergonomically designed shafts form a perpendicular angle with the finger rings, allowing for optimal view of the surgical field.

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

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Working End Profile

Angled Downwards

Handle Type

Ring Handle

Shaft Length

8 cm – 3"




Stainless Steel

CE Marking




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