Germany Medical Potts-Smith Dressing Forceps are handcrafted from Tungsten Carbide for a durable and strong instrument with a crosshatched surface to provide a secure grip. These instruments are available in several lengths. The long, fine pointed jaw can securely manipulate tissues. This instrument is commonly used for cardiovascular procedures. Germany Medical Tungsten Carbide forceps feature tips made from tungsten carbide, the hardest metal made for surgical instruments. Precision-milled serrations are formed onto the tungsten carbide inserts, resulting in pyramid-shaped teeth that provide a non-slip grip. Pyramid-shaped teeth align perfectly with each other to provide a durable and reliable grasp of the most delicate or toughest tissues, as well as needles, sutures, dressing materials and delicate vessels.
Smooth tungsten carbide inserts are also available for delicate procedures.
Spring tension allows for surgeons to maintain proper and consistent position, ensuring optimal grip without having to apply excess force. These forceps feature gold-plated handles.