DeBakey forceps


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De·Bak·ey for·ceps

(dĕ-bā'kē),
nontraumatic forceps used to pick up blood vessels; also known as "magics."
Synonym(s): magic forceps

DeBakey forceps

atraumatic tissue forceps used to grasp fine tissue.
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DeBakey forceps

De·Bak·ey for·ceps

(dĕ-bā'kē, fōrseps)
Nontraumatic tool used to pick up blood vessels; also known as "magics."
Synonym(s): magic forceps.

DeBakey,

Michael Ellis, U.S. heart surgeon, 1908–.
DeBakey aortic aneurysm clamp
DeBakey arterial clamp
DeBakey Atraugrip forceps
DeBakey ball-valve prosthesis
DeBakey Beaver blade
DeBakey bulldog clamp
DeBakey chest retractor
DeBakey classification - three types of dissections of the aorta: type I, type II, type III, type IIIA.
DeBakey coarctation clamp
DeBakey dissecting forceps
DeBakey endarterectomy scissors
DeBakey forceps - nontraumatic forceps used to pick up blood vessels.
DeBakey graft
DeBakey heart valve
DeBakey implant
DeBakey needle
DeBakey patent ductus clamp
DeBakey scissors
DeBakey stripper
DeBakey tangential occlusion clamp
DeBakey tunneler
DeBakey valve prosthesis
DeBakey vascular dilator
DeBakey Vasculour-II vascular prosthesis
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If islands of tonsillar tissue remain, they are grasped individually with the DeBakey forceps and excised with the bipolar scissors.