Thoms-Allis Intestinal and Tissue Grasping Forceps

The Xelpov’s Thoms-Allis Intestinal and Tissue Grasping Forceps are specialized instruments commonly used for grasping delicate and fibrous tissue during general, orthopaedic, plastic, and cardiovascular surgeries.

  • Narrow Design For Access To Tight Places
  • Ratchet Lock For Self-Retaining Feature
  • Ergonomic Handles For Comfortable Handling
SKU: SI-030-20

Xelpov Surgical’s Thoms-Allis Intestinal and Tissue Grasping Forceps are equipped with expansive tips designed to securely grasp various types of tissues.

These forceps effectively grip fibrous tissue, muscles, and fascia, as well as skin and sutures. Notably, the tips feature 6 x 7 teeth, functioning as an anti-slip mechanism. These teeth securely engage with the tissue, providing surgeons with a reliable anchor for tissue manipulation.

Designed with blunt tips, these Tissue Grasping Forceps prevent the risk of piercing injuries to tissues. Additionally, the instrument’s narrow profile facilitates access to challenging anatomical locations.

The streamlined and lightweight design ensures comfortable handling, and the ergonomic finger handles contribute to enhanced control of the instrument. This delicate design proves particularly useful for manipulating sensitive tissues during surgical procedures.

To augment their functionality, our Thoms-Allis Intestinal and Tissue Grasping Forceps are furnished with a ratchet lock, providing them with a self-retaining property. This feature proves invaluable when there is a need for repetitive manipulation of tissues during surgical procedures.

We craft all our forceps and clamps from premium-grade stainless steel, ensuring the highest quality that you can rely on in your operating rooms.

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Working End Details

6 x 7 Teeth

Handle Type

Ring Handle

Joint Type

Box Joint

Ratchet / Lock


Overall Length

20.5 cm – 8"




Stainless Steel

CE Marking




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