Crile Hemostatic Forceps, also known as a Crile Hemostat, are most commonly used for clamping blood vessels or tissue before cauterization or ligation. Horizontal serrations the entire length of the jaw, and jaws half the length of the shank make this instrument unique. There is a ratchet locking mechanism for a tight, secure hold on vessels. They may also be used for soft tissue dissection typically no deeper than 6-8 inches or in Laparotomy procedures. This product is curved with serrated tips, and an overall length of 6-1/4 inches.
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