Bayonet Angled Down Forceps (Thin Design) – Electro Surgical Instrument (RI-00225)

Bayonet angled down forceps are specialized surgical instruments characterized by their unique, angled tips that resemble the shape of a bayonet. These forceps are designed for specific surgical applications where access to confined or challenging areas is required. The angled tips allow surgeons to reach and grasp tissues, vessels, or foreign objects in tight spaces, making them particularly valuable in minimally invasive procedures and surgeries that demand precision. Due to their specific design, bayonet forceps are often used in neurosurgery, ophthalmology, and other fields where delicate and intricate maneuvers are necessary. Surgeons appreciate their versatility and ability to access anatomical structures that may be difficult to reach with straight forceps. Bayonet forceps come in various lengths and tip configurations to suit the requirements of different surgical procedures. They are typically made from high-quality stainless steel to ensure durability, easy sterilization, and resistance to corrosion, essential qualities for instruments used in the demanding environment of the operating room.