Hemostatic Forceps

Hemostatic Forceps have handles that can be held in place by their locking mechanism. The locking mechanism is typically a series of interlocking teeth that allow the user to adjust the clamping force of the instrument. The original use for hemostatic forceps was to close blood vessels but now are also used to clamp umbilical cords, hold tissue, and during suturing. Hemostatic forceps come in many styles, shapes, and lengths; and have various grid patterns on the blades.