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# 3 Handle, #10 & #15 blades
- Largest Scissors
- For tough tissues
- blunt/blunt
Mayo Scissors
- Large & Curved scissors
- For delicate tissue
- blunt/blunt
Metzenbaum scissors
- Smallest scissors
- Used for opthalmic surgery
- sharp/sharp
Iris Scissors
- Very blunt scissors
- Used to cut drape
Operating Scissors
- Smallest scissors
- With groove in the bottoms
Suture Scissors
- thumb forceps with the narrowest tips
- Has smallest body
- Three small teeth
Adson thump forceps
- Medium sized thumb forceps
- Has rows of many teeth
Brown Adson thumb Forceps
- Largest thumb Forceps
- Has three sharp teeth in total
Cushing's (rat toothed)thumb forceps
- Small Forceps with curved tips
- Has three teeth
- Used for opthalmic surgery
Iris thumb Forceps
- Ring & plate thumb forceps
- Only locking thumb forceps
Desmarres Chalazion forceps
- Locking forceps with sharp teeth
Allis Tissue Forceps
- Long with no teeth
Babcock (intestinal) tissue forceps
- Long forceps with longitudinal grooves
Doyen intestinal tissue forceps
- Smallest Forceps
- Transverse grooves all the way to the box lock
Halsted Mosquito Hemostatic Forceps
- Smallest Forceps
-Transverse grooves all the way to the box lock
Kocher Hemostatic Forceps
- Medium sized Halsted Forceps
(Transverse grooves all the way to the box lock)
Crile hemostatic forceps
- Medium sized forceps
- Transverse grooves DO NOT go all the way to the box lock
Kelly hemostatic forceps

* Kelly's a good girl, she doesn't go all the way
- Large forceps
- Same as Halsted/Crile forceps
(Transverse grooves all the way to the box lock)
Rochester-Pean hemostatic forceps
- Large forceps
- Has longitudinal grooves to the box lock, the tip also has transverse grooves (making a checkerboard pattern at the tip)
Rochester-Carmalt hemostatic forceps

Checkerboard = carmalt
- Large forceps
- Has longitudinal grooves, and a RIDGE with transverse grooves
Ferguson Angiotribe
- Handheld retractor
- Has a sharp forked end, and a flat blade end
Senn Handheld Retractor
- Self retaining retractor
- large with two "w"s on the end
Weitlaner retractor

"w" ends = weitlaner
- Self retaining retractor
- Large, with a hook on each end
Gelpi perineal retractor
-Large self retaining retractor
- Has a large loop on each end
- Has capability to retain incision in three directions
Balfour abdominal retractor
- Has a short, thick jaw
- has a long groove on the inside of the jaw
- Does NOT have scissors
Mayo - Hegar needleholder
- Has short, thick jaw
- Has longitudinal groove on inside of jaw
Olsen - Hegar Needle holders
- Used for opthalmic surgery
- Has a locking mechanism
- Has unique shape
Castroviejo needle holders
- Bone cutting instrument
- Has sharp cups on the ends
- Used to cut bone
- Looks like a wire cutter
Bone Cutting forceps
- Holds bone
- Locks along the bottom
Kern bone holding forceps
- Long with two broad blunt blades
Periosteal elevator (Freer)
- Used to work things away from the periosteum
- Has detachable handles for placement
- Used to cut bone
Gigli Saw (handles and wire)
- used to hold bone together
- Used with a Jacob's hand chuck
Intramedullary pin
- Handheld retractor
- Has hook on the end
(looks like a shepherd's hook)
Spay or Snook Hook
- Forceps used with gauze
- Large, with loops on the end
Sponge Forceps
- Has rubber grips on each end
- Used to move tongue
Tongue Grasping Forceps
- Clamps drape to patient
- Closes to make one large loop
Backhaus towel clamp
- Looks similar to bone cutters, however has NO spring
Extraction forceps
Dental tool
- Has a handle like a screwdriver
- Used to loosen around teeth
Dental (root) elevator
- Removes calculus under the gums
Dental Explorer
- Has measuring marks down the side to measure depth of sulcus
Dental Probe (other half - dental explorer)
- Dental tool
- Has a sharp tip
- Is used on teeth that are not underneath gum.
Dental scaler
- Dental tool
- Rounded tip
- Used on teeth that are not under the gum
Dental Curette
- Has one opening on the end
Yankauer suction tip
- Has many holes so that it does not get stuck in fatty areas
Poole suction tips