Perkins Self Retaining Retractor

The Xelpov’s Perkins Self Retaining Retractor is a specialized instrument commonly used for prying open small incisions with minimal damage to surrounding tissues. Commonly used during vascular grafts, neurology and orthopedic surgeries.

  • Solid Prong For Smooth Traction
  • Serrated Edges To prevent Slippage
  • Finger Ring Handles For Comfortable Handling

Our Perkins Self Retaining Retractor comes with special prongs for retracting incisions to enlarge surgical plane.

Secures and separates incision planes and wounds to enlarge for better surgical visualization.

Especially includes hooked prongs on one blade and solid prong on the opposite blade to ensure secure grip. The solid bade allows smooth traction while minimizing soft tissue damage.

Moreover, the instrument is also available with left and right solid prong to suit different surgical needs. The solid blade includes serrations to prevent slippage.

The retracting forceps also includes ergonomic finger ring handles for better control.

The instrument has a smooth design and light weight which allows comfortable handling. Moreover, the ratchet lock decreases user fatigue especially during long procedures.

The Perkins Self Retaining Retractor is available in an overall length of 13 cm which is ideal for small incisions.

Made in premium quality stainless steel with satin finish to reduce glare. The instrument can be sterilized and reused.

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Working End Details

3 Semi-Sharp Prongs on One Side and Solid Serrated Blade on Other Side

Handle Type

Ring Handle

Joint Type

Rivet / Screw

Ratchet / Lock


Overall Length

13 cm – 5"




Stainless Steel

CE Marking




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