Surgical Instrument — Hemostats
Hemostats are primarily designed to control the blood flow via occlusion.
Facts About Hemostats:
- Hemostats are designed to be held in place by the locking ratchet mechanism.
- Hemostats should never be used to clamp any type of tubing.
- Hemostats most often crack in the box lock area.
- Jaws of hemostats should fit together and not overlap.
- Hemostats should never be sterilized with the ratchets closed or engaged.
Hemostats Product Feature
Halstead Mosquito Hemostat
Proper Name: Halstead Mosquito Hemostat
Surgical Use: To clamp off smaller vessels that control the flow of blood.
Kelly Hemostatic Forcep
Proper Name: Kelly Hemostatic Forcep
Surgical Use: to clamp off smaller vessels that control the flow of blood.
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