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Tissue forceps are used during surgeries to hold fine membranes, dense tissues, or single layer tissues. Robbins Instruments provides tissue forceps with various teeth patterns, which help hold tissue firmly, as well as minimize damage to biological tissues. These forceps are available in several lengths to accommodate various types of tissues and procedures.

Beneficial Features of Tissue Forceps

  1. All our forceps are made from premium medical grade materials like German stainless steel or with tungsten carbide inserts. This helps improve their shelf life, as well as long-term performance.
  2. We offer tissue forceps of the following types:
    1. Fenestrated Tissue Forceps: These forceps are used for holding delicate tissues. The fenestrated handle helps reduce finger fatigue during lengthy surgeries. 
    2. Micro Tissue Forceps: These forceps are straight with small diameter holes. Micro tissue forceps are used to hold extremely delicate tissues during surgical and microsurgical procedures. 
    3. Iris Tissue Forceps: These forceps have 1x2 teeth, and are available in standard, delicate and extra-delicate patterns. 
  3. All these tissue forceps are available in straight or curved tips and are reusable.

Tips for Tissue Forceps Inspection and Care

Inspection and care of tissue forceps are very important. A proper examination of these forceps is recommended before starting surgery. Here are some tips for inspection and care of forceps.

  1. Carefully examine forceps from tip to tip.
  2. The teeth of forceps should be properly aligned and fit together with each other. Also, ensure they are not sticking while testing. 
  3. Inspect for debris or cracks in the forceps. 
  4. Tips shouldn’t overlap each other. 
  5. Try decontaminating the forceps immediately after the surgery (within 15-20 minutes). Tissue forceps should be soaked in an enzymatic solution or wiped carefully using a moist towel. 
  6. Avoid dipping tungsten carbide tissue forceps in enzymatic solutions containing benzyl ammonium chloride. This is because benzyl ammonium chloride evokes a stronger reaction on contact with tungsten carbide.

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