ADSON Dressing Forceps, Tip width 0.6mm, teeth length 11.5mm, 12cm
It is used to separate skin fascia, muscles, blood vessels, nerves and clamping tissues when dissecting animals. The functional definition of our ophthalmic forceps is also anatomical forceps. It is generally recommended to use a pair of straight tweezers, a pair of curved tweezers, a pair of fixed tissues, and a tissue separation. The head has horizontal stripes (also called lip teeth), and the clamping tissue is not easy to slip off.