Germany Medical Rochester-Ochsner Forceps are hemostats that are helpful for clamping off blood vessels to avoid bleeding during procedures such as orthopedic surgery. In order to clamp vessels or grasp tissue, these forceps have 1×2 teeth on the tip of the serrated jaws. This “rat-tooth” can be described as one point on one end of the jaw that suits amongst two teeth on the end of the other jaw. These teeth can be functional for gripping dense tissue. Different lengths of these ring-handled forceps are presented to assist numerous cases.