Tissue forcep a two-bladed instrument with a handle, used for compressing or grasping tissues in surgical operations, handling sterile dressings, and other purposes. alligator forcep a grasping forcep with a scissorlike handle and blades opening in a vertical plane similar to the jaws of an alligator.
Others have greater tension and can hold thick, heavy tissue. Thumb tissue forceps are commonly toothed in order to grip the tissue more firmly than serrated tips alone. They are available in several lengths to accommodate specific procedures, tissue types, and user preference. This product is straight with 1x2 teeth and a length of 10 inches.