biopsy forceps

biopsy forceps

An often disposable forceps which is used during minimally invasive GI and urologic endoscopy for collecting biopsies.

biopsy forceps

Surgery A disposable forceps used during minimally invasive GI and urologic endoscopy for collecting biopsies
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Compared with biopsy forceps, it provides a more firm grip with powerful teeth for removing foreign bodies during endoscopic procedures.
The plastic cone which was about 1cm in length was removed with biopsy forceps.
Although bite-on-bite biopsy was considered a useful technique for digging into the mass with conventional or jumbo biopsy forceps, the diagnostic yield was low, ranging from 17% to 38% (3).
The endoscope and the biopsy forceps were cleaned by savlon and then sterilized by cidex for 10 minutes.
6 French working channel, such as biopsy forceps, laser fibers, guidewires, graspers and retrieval baskets to the surgical site while providing simplification for the maintenance of equipment.
The global reprocessed medical devices market segmentation is based on device types (reprocessed cardiovascular medical devices, blood pressure cuffs, cardiac stabilization and positioning devices, compression sleeves, diagnostic electrophysiology catheters, electrophysiology cables, reprocessed laparoscopic medical devices, endoscopic tracers and components, harmonic scalpels, reprocessed orthopedic medical devices, external fixation devices, reprocessed gastroenterology medical devices, biopsy forceps, reprocessed general surgery medical devices, balloon inflation devices, infusion pressure bags).
The company has developed two products, namely, the WavSTAT mobile console and optical biopsy forceps based on this technology.
In patients with visible endobronchial growth, a biopsy was taken from the growth under direct vision using the standard alligator/cupped biopsy forceps and the samples were immediately preserved in formalin solution.
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Attempts were made to retrieve the foreign body with the biopsy forceps and a polypectomy snare without success.
The large optical and steering components of Traditional Bronchoscopes compromise the available size left for the working channel, thus restricting the size of complementary endoscopic accessories, such as Biopsy forceps, that may be passed through them.