Tissue forceps are surgical instruments commonly used in
medical procedures to grasp, hold, and manipulate delicate tissues. They are
designed with a ratchet locking mechanism that allows them to securely grasp
and hold tissue without slipping or causing damage. These products come in a
variety of sizes, shapes, and materials, including stainless steel and
titanium. These products have fine, serrated teeth and are used for delicate
tissue manipulation, and Rat-Tooth forceps, which have large, blunt teeth and
are used for gripping and holding tougher tissue. Tissue forceps are an essential tool in any surgical setting.