Mosquito Artery Forceps, a ratcheted hemostat for securing and clamping bleeding vessels. It is used to grab delicate tissues as well.
The Mosquito Artery Forceps has a number of surgical advantages. Its primary function is to give an a traumatic method of clamping blood vessels, holding needles, and grasping tissues.
The device has a pair of tapered jaws that allow access to a range of surgical locations for various objectives. Furthermore, cross serrations on the inner surfaces of the jaws aid in maintaining a firm grasp. Additionally, the elongated shafts allow access to a wide range of surgical locations.
Also, the Mosquito Artery Forceps include a set of finger rings that are ergonomically built. As a result, the operator has complete control and avoids unintentional sliding.