Bulldogs forceps

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Bulldogs forceps

Bulldogs forceps or bulldog clamps are fine-tipped, spring-loaded forceps used for manipulating fine tissue during surgical procedures. They were invented by Robert Liston[1], a pioneering Scottish surgeon.

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  1. ^ "Liston-type artery forceps, London, England, 1831-1870". www.sciencemuseum.org.uk. Retrieved 2017-05-25.