Our barrel tweezers have a wide, mostly triangular mouth, which is additionally grooved. They are used to fix rough structures. The best known representatives are the tweezers according to Collin-Duval, Mayo-Russ, Singley-Tuttle, Cottle and Samii.
Micro tweezers are between 16cm and 22cm long and curved in a bayonet shape. They are very narrow, making them ideal for operations in hard-to-reach places. Thanks to the bayonet-shaped bend, the surgeon always has an overview and is less disturbed by his own hand in the surgical or field of vision.
Reference numbers for instruments from manufacturer for NELSON GRASPING FORCEPS 23,0CM