rubber-shod clamp

rub·ber-shod clamp

a small rubber-tipped clamp that holds sutures in place during surgery.

rub·ber-shod clamp

(rŭb'bĕr-shod' klamp)
A small, rubber-tipped clamp that holds sutures in place during surgery.
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A rubber-shod clamp was placed over the proximal left tube and dilated vessels in an attempt to interrupt collateral blood flow.