Hemostatic forceps are also known as ring forceps, are used for holding securely, grasping, or applying traction upon objects. Frequently, the hemostat instrument consists of a locking mechanism used for clamping. Ring handles with a locking mechanism are usually preferred over thumb forceps, especially in delicate procedures. Locking hemostatic forceps, also called clamps, are used to grasp tissue firmly. They are called hemostats because they control blood flow by compressing blood vessels or other tubular structures to block the flow of blood or fluids.
Our advanced designs hemostasis forceps jaws are available in the straight, curved, or right angle. They come in a variety of sizes and styles. For example, Mosquito hemostatic forceps, Halstead mosquito forceps, Pean hemostatic forceps, Rochester Ochsner hemostatic forceps, Crile hemostat forceps, Kocher Hemostatic forceps, and many others with different designs of blades. Rochester hemostatic forceps can reach a little deeper with their specially designed long and sharp blades.