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to grasp superficial tissue (e.g., dermis)
Adson Forceps
to grasp superficial, delicate tissue (e.g., during plastic surgery)
Adson-Brown Forceps
to grasp tissue during neurosurgery
Adson-Hypophyseal Forceps
to grasp delicate tissue (e.g., intestines, appendix without crushing or traumatizing.
Babcock Forceps
to grasp tissue during neurosurgery and some otorhinolaryngology (ear and nose) procedures
Bayonet Forceps
to grasp tissue during transvaginal or transrectal tissue biopsy
Kevorkian Biopsy Forceps
to grasp delicate tissue for electrosurgical coagulation (e.g., during neurosurgery or infertility surgical procedures)
Bipolar Forceps
to grasp delicate brain tissue during neurosurgery
Brain Tissue Forceps
to grasp fine tissue (e.g., during vascular or cardiovascular surgery)
Debakey Forceps
To pick up or grasp tissue or items in the surgical wound
Dressing Forceps
to hold cotton balls to swab the vocal cords before intubation
Magill Endotracheal Forceps
to grasp tissue during orthopedic procedures
Ferris Smith Forceps
to grasp tissue during cholecystectomy and common duct explorations
Lahey Gall Duct Forceps
to extract discs
Hoen Forceps
to grasp fine tissue during ophthalmic and microvascular hand surgery
Jeweler’s Forceps