|Plastic Forceps, 13cm, Individual PE bag sterile pack
|Plastic Forceps, 13cm, Bulk pack non sterile
Plastic forceps are medical instruments designed for various purposes, typically involving the handling, grasping, or manipulation of objects in medical and laboratory settings. These forceps are made of plastic, a lightweight and non-conductive material, and they are often disposable to maintain a sterile environment and reduce the risk of cross-contamination.
Key features and considerations regarding plastic forceps:
Made of plastic, which can be autoclavable for sterilization or designed for single-use applications.
Disposable or Reusable:
Some plastic forceps are designed for single-use, while others may be reusable and suitable for sterilization between uses.
Plastic forceps are lightweight, making them easy to handle and manipulate during various procedures.
Plastic is a non-conductive material, making plastic forceps suitable for use in environments where electrical conductivity is a concern.
Various Tip Designs:
Plastic forceps come in different tip designs, such as pointed, serrated, or flat tips, to accommodate different applications.
In some cases, plastic forceps are color-coded for easy identification or to signify specific uses or applications.
Used in a variety of medical and laboratory applications, including sample handling, specimen transfer, tissue manipulation, and more.
If designed for reuse, plastic forceps can often be sterilized through autoclaving or other appropriate methods.
Plastic forceps are generally resistant to corrosion and chemicals, making them suitable for use in various laboratory and medical environments.
Plastic forceps are often more cost-effective than their metal counterparts, especially in applications where disposability is preferred.
Surgical and Non-Surgical Uses:
While plastic forceps are commonly used in laboratory settings, they can also find applications in certain medical procedures, especially those where non-conductive and non-reactive materials are preferred.
It’s important to note that the specific design and features of plastic forceps can vary between manufacturers and intended applications. Users should follow the guidelines provided by the manufacturer and adhere to proper protocols for sterilization or disposal based on the type of forceps used.
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