Made from Pakistan stainless steel. Come in disposable pre-sterilized packages. Sold in boxes of 100, 50, and 25. The instruments are cost effective and offer major benefits with sterilization and infection control management.
Type of Forcep
Originally used to hold a sponge during skin preparation or hemostatic exposure these instruments over time have many expanded uses. Sponge forceps are common in OBGYN, lung, tonsil, colon, and other surgical procedures.
The smaller Ballenger models measure 7" in length while the Foersters and Bauer models measure 9-1/2". Each come with both smooth and serrated jaws. The Bauer models also feature elongated tips for delicate procedures.
Heavily used in gynecological applications they are able to atraumatically grasp and hold the bladder or cervix during examination or manipulate tissue during procedures. Listed below are some addition common applications:
Clamp cervical tissue.
Remove stuck membranes.
Grasp / hold / clamp the cervix for suturing and ligation.