Kevorkian-Young Biopsy Forceps are used to grasp and remove cervical tissue during a cervical biopsy. Kevorkian-Young Forceps have scissors like finger rings, a straight shank, and a rectangular tip.
Kevorkian-Young Biopsy Forceps are used to grasp and remove cervical tissue during a cervical biopsy. Kevorkian-Young Forceps have scissors like finger rings, a straight shank, and a rectangular tip. The lower jaw has teeth, which prevents slipping of the tissue.
The forceps cups can fit into each other, it reduces the risk of losing the tissue sample as the instrument is withdrawn. The finger rings allow easy and precise manipulation of the forceps.
Biopsy Forceps are also called Biopsy Punch and commonly used in OB/GYN. Kevorkian-Young Forceps are Grasping Biopsy Forceps with Interfitted Cups. The length of the shank is 24.5cm.
Shank Length: 245mm
Bite Size: 3.5 x 8mm
Biopsy Forceps Common Uses:
Biopsy Forceps is used to take a sample (bite) off the face of the cervix or from the edge of the cervical os (opening). This is done usually when the physician is suspicious of carcinoma (cancer) growing on the cervix. The sample is put into a vial of sterile saline and sent to the lab for analysis.
Material: Stainless Steel
Reusable or Disposable: Reusable
Sterile or Non-Sterile: Non-Sterile
Rust Prevention Procedure: Passivation
Ultrasonic Cleaned: Yes
Matt Polished: Yes
Usage: Left Hand or Right Hand
Tests Performed: Boil Test, Performance Test, Shape Test
Packing: Individually Packed
QC Passed: Yes