General surgery Instruments

General surgical instruments are the foundation of every General surgery Instruments. While skill, precision, and consistency are important factors in the success of surgical operations, equally high standards must be applied to the surgical instruments used.

As Hepsimedical, we provide high standards in surgical instruments as a result of years of knowledge and technological development.

Purpose of Surgical Instruments

Surgical instruments are instruments or devices that perform functions such as cutting, dissecting, grasping, holding, pulling back, or suturing. Most surgical instruments are made of stainless steel. Other metals and alloys are also used, including titanium and Vitallium. 

Stevens’s scissors

Dissection Needle

Plastic Handle Bandage Scissors

Dissection and Ligature Forceps

Nail Clipper

Collet Toothless

Ring Cutting Pliers

Tenaculum

Automatic Wound Retractor

Laundry Clipper

Other tools

Surgical instruments facilitate a variety of procedures and operations. Special surgical packages contain the most common instruments required for certain surgeries.

Key vehicle categories include:

Cutting and dissection

Clamping

Grip and hold

Probing

Expansion

Retraction

Suction

Scissors are an example of cutting tools. Dissecting instruments are used to cut or separate tissue. Dissectors can be sharp or blunt. Scalpels are an example of sharp dissectors. 

Grasping and holding tools include clamps, tenacula, and forceps. 

Expansion instruments serve to widen the size of an opening, such as the urethra or cervical us. Retractors help visualize the operative field while preventing trauma to other tissues. Aspiration devices remove the blood and other fluids from the surgical or dental field.