Despite the name Dissecting Forceps are rarely used for dissecting.
They are more commonly used as an extension to the users grip in holding tissues, sutures and needles.

Dressing Forceps were originally designed to hold gauze and other dressings, thus the name. Basically a general use, slender forceps used to grasp anything the user needs it to, be it dressings, needles/ suture material, tissues or foreign bodies in wounds.


Adson Dissecting Forceps 1/2 Teeth 120mm
£29.00

Small lightweight dissecting forceps with a broad handle and a fine tip, available with serrated and.....

Adson Dissecting Forceps Serrated 120mm
£21.00

Small lightweight dissecting forceps with a broad handle and a fine tip, available with serrated and.....

Adson-Brown Dissecting Forceps 120mm
£32.00

Small lightweight dissecting forceps with a broad handle and a fine tip, available with serrated and.....

Block End Serrated Dressing Forceps 130mm
£10.00

Dressing Forceps were originally designed to hold gauze and other dressings, thus the name. Basicall.....

Block End Serrated Dressing Forceps 160mm
£14.00

Dressing Forceps were originally designed to hold gauze and other dressings, thus the name. Basicall.....

Block End Serrated Dressing Forceps 180mm
£16.00

Dressing Forceps were originally designed to hold gauze and other dressings, thus the name. Basicall.....

Debakey Dissecting Forceps 150mm
£38.00

Debakey Dissecting Forceps offer larger dissecting forceps with a firm rat tooth-like grip but the.....

Debakey Dissecting Forceps 180mm
£38.00

Debakey Dissecting Forceps offer larger dissecting forceps with a firm rat tooth-like grip but the t.....

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