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Surgical instrument online dictionary definition of surgical forceps as under.

Etymologically, the word derives from the Latin forca, meaning a snare or trap. ...Surgical forceps are commonly made of high-grade carbon steel. Tissue forceps two-bladed instrument with a handle, used for compressing or grasping tissues in surgical operations, handling sterile dressings, and other purposes. An instrument resembling a pair of pincers or tongs, used for grasping, manipulating or extracting, especially such an instrument used by a surgeon.

Heavy toothed forceps used for grasping larger tough tissue and handling heavy ... The teeth mean that less pressure is required to adequately grip tough.

Kocher's forceps strong forceps for controlling bleeding in surgery having serrated blades with interlocking teeth at the tips. They also feature a locking mechanism to allow them to act as clamps

 Kelly forceps may be floor grade (regular use) and as such not used for surgery. They may also be sterilized and used in operations, in both human and veterinary medicine. They may be either curved or straight.

Sponge forceps explanation. Information ... fixation forceps one for holding a part steady during operation.  Olsen-hegar needle holders. -For holding surgical needle (cuts and ties)

 We offer a wide variety of surgical tweezers and forceps including genuine ... micro dissecting forceps, tissue forceps, fixation forceps, delicate homeostatic ...  (meaning non-traumatic) and is used in other instruments as well. 

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