Scheibe (Collin) Atrauma Organ Grasping Forceps

The Xelpov’s Scheibe (Collin) Atrauma Organ Grasping Forceps is a general surgical instrument used for gripping delicate internal tissues for manipulation. It is generally used during intestinal resection surgeries as well as gynecological and cardiovascular procedures.

  • Atraumatic Serrations For Secure Grip
  • Long Jaws For Deep Tissue Access
  • Light Weight For Comfortable Handling

Our Scheibe (Collin) Atrauma Organ Grasping Forceps comes with broad tips for grasping tissues securely.

Grasps delicate intestinal tissue, stomach and rectum as well as other internal organs.

Especially includes 2 by 3 atraumatic serrations on the tips that work as an anti-slip mechanism. They hook on to the tissue providing surgeon with a secure anchor to manipulate tissues.

The grasping forceps come with blunt tips that prevent piercing injuries to tissues. Moreover, the narrow profile of the instrument enables access to hard to reach places. In addition, the tips have a large fenestration at the center to minimize area of contact, and damage to tissues.

Streamlined design and light weight that ensures comfortable handling. In addition, the ergonomic finger handles provide better control of instrument.

The delicate design is useful for manipulating sensitive tissue during surgery.

The Scheibe (Collin) Atrauma Organ Grasping Forceps comes with a ratchet lock that gives it its self-retaining property. It is also available in variety of sizes to suit different surgical needs.

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

Additional Information

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Working End Details

2 x 3 Atraumatic Serrations

Handle Type

Ring Handle

Joint Type

Box Joint

Ratchet / Lock





Stainless Steel

CE Marking




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