Surgical Instruments - ENT Instruments - Dressing Forceps
At Peak Surgicals, we provide a range of forceps for all sorts of surgeries. Some of the specific forceps are mentioned below.
Tilley forceps is an ENT instrument. It is used to remove or put dressings into the ear canals and nasal cavities. Made of surgical steel, they are also known as dressing or packing forceps and have ridged jaws to hold dressings. Tilley forceps are sterile and individually packaged. It is a single-use disposable instrument.
Dressing Forceps-angled, Tip width 2 mm, Serrated, 115mm Long. When dissecting animals, it is utilized to separate skin fascia, blood vessels, muscles, nerves, and clamping tissues. Our ophthalmic forceps have the same function definition as anatomical forceps. The head contains horizontal stripes (sometimes known as lip teeth), and the clamping tissue is difficult to remove. A set of straight tweezers, a pair of curved tweezers, a pair of fixed tissues, and a tissue separation are all advised for tissue separation.