KRUUSE Young Tissue Forceps, 21 cm / 8.3"


With rubber jaws for securely grasping intestinal tissue. These forceps are ideal for use in gastroenterostomy, laparotomy, and intestinal surgical operations.

Instrument Care Guide Take good care of your new instrument to make it last for many treatments. 1. Soaking: Soak the instrument in lukewarm water and the instrument detergent immediately after use. 2. Brushing: Manually wash the instrument using a nylon brush and instrument detergent. Never use abrasives on instruments. Pay extra attention to hard-to-clean areas. All surgical debris should be removed. If the instrument is not to be processed immediately after washing, it must be cleaned, rinsed, and dried thoroughly. Use distilled water for rinsing. 3. Cleaning: Use a detergent specially made for cleaning instruments. Never use an excessive amount of detergent. Always clean your instrument in the open position. 4. Inspection: After thorough cleaning and drying, carefully inspect the instrument. Check that moving parts function properly and smoothly. Inspect sharp edges and serrations for damage. 5. Lubrication: The instrument must be lubricated to keep moving parts working properly. Use a quality water-soluble lubricant as a rust inhibitor. Lubricate the instrument prior to sterilization. 6. Sterilisation: The instrument must be dried before sterilization. Preheat the autoclave if possible. Prepare the instrument in an individual pouch or in a set. Make sure that towels used during autoclaving are pH neutral and do not contain bleach residue. Drying time should never be rushed. If the autoclave door is opened before drying is completed, the cold air will condense on the instrument and may cause stains and spots. Make sure that the instrument is dry before storage. Proper handling: To avoid damage to the instrument, we recommend that it is used for its specific purpose only.

Weight including packaging in kg 0,06
Barcode 5703188346704