Debakey Dissecting Forceps Serrated TC
Tip Sizes: 2 mm Length
3051 = 175 mm
3052 = 150 mm
3053 = 200 mm
3054 = 240 mm
3055 = 300 mm
SMS Instrument Tungsten Carbide DeBakey Dissecting Forceps are a versatile thumb forceps used for grasping fine tissue. It is available in multiple lengths, straight or angled, and with a variety of tip dimensions. They are commonly used in vascular and general surgery. TC instruments are designed to stay sharp for a significantly longer period of time than other standard instruments. TC instruments are identified by gold handles. This product is straight with 2mm cross-serrated tips.
|Size / Model / Figure
|17.5 cm, 150 mm, 200 mm, 240 mm, 300 mm
|Thumb Tungsten Carbide
|Mirror Polish Finishing
|Dental Dissecting Forceps Tungsten Carbide
|Stainless Steel / Tungsten Carbide
|Disposable or Reusable
|Sterile or Non-Sterile
|Latex or Latex-Free
|Boil, Shape & Performance Test
|Individually Packed in SMS Brand printed Poly-sleeve
Dissecting Forceps Tungsten Carbide
A Dental dissecting Forceps hold gently between thumb and fingers, the middle finger playing the pivotal role. The forceps has two parts one blade and other tip. Blade is long. On outer surface, there are serration for better grip for handling. The shaft of dissecting forceps is closed by thumb and fingers so it is known as thumb forceps.
- Dissecting forceps is ideal for a temporary and changing grip during dissection.
- Used to display structures during dissection
- Can be used to tense loose structures before cutting
- Used as a gentle retractor
- Round nosed, non-toothed forceps make an excellent dissector.
- Plain forceps is having ridges and groove.
- Plain forceps is used to hold the delicate structures like peritoneum, vessels, nerves, bowel wall and muscles.
- Tooth Forceps / tissue forceps (tooth forceps is used for gripping the tissue is also known as tissue forceps).
- Tooth forceps is having tooth and socket which prevent the slippage of the tissue.
- Tooth forceps is used for better grip.
- Tooth forceps is used to insert the blade over handle and to remove blade from handle.
Tungsten Carbide has long been recognized for its strength and durability. Tungsten carbide instruments are more durable, hold an edge longer and last longer than stainless steel instrument. Tungsten Carbide (TC) is harder than stainless steel. Tungsten carbide instruments generally have golden handles.