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Locking forceps

Summary Information: Locking forceps

Locking forceps: Locking forceps are a hand-held medical instrument with a beak used for holding tissue that is to be excised. Locking forceps have a locking handle with loops for the thumb and ring finger for better control. Non-locking forceps are commonly known as tweezers outside the medical community.

Other Names For Locking forceps

  • Tweezers
  • Pick-ups
  • Allis tissue forceps

Locking forceps: Similar Related Devices

These other medical devices are related to Locking forceps:

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