Debakey forceps

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Debakey forceps are a type of atraumatic tissue forcep used in vascular procedures to avoid tissue damage during manipulation. They are typically large (some examples are upwards of 12 inches (36 cm) long), and have a distinct coarsely ribbed grip panel, as opposed to the finer ribbing on most other tissue forceps.[1]

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  1. ^ Surgical Recall, section forceps, 2008 ed.