Adson Forceps (RI-00204)

Adson forceps, named after the American surgeon Alfred W. Adson, are a common and essential surgical instrument used in various medical procedures. These forceps are expertly made with a thin, narrow profile and tiny serrations along their jaws for improved precision and grip. Adson forceps’ tips can be toothed or smooth, depending on the surgical situation. Adson forceps are particularly effective for manipulating and grabbing delicate tissues, as in plastic surgery, dermatology, or other tiny surgical operations. They are a standard instrument in the operating theatre due to their narrow shape, which enables surgeons to easily access tight spaces.