Scalpels or Scalpel handles are used for making straight and generally long cuts in general surgical procedures. These are used in conjunction with surgical blades for procedures that require a sharp tissue separation, puncture or cut.
Tissue forceps are used to hold tissue gently and with minimum trauma These come in a variety of sizes and models. Each has toothed jaws and serrated handles for a secure and comfortable grip.
Kelly Forceps are a type of hemostat used in surgery to block a hemorrhaging blood vessel. The instrument may have a curved or straight patterned jaw with partial serrations that make blunt dissection also possible.
Iris Scissors are precision surgical instruments with a straight or curved tip. These are very small and having a sharp tip ideally suited for detailed work. In UK & Asia, these are also referred as Iris Forceps.
Weitlaner Retractor is a self-retaining retractor used for holding tissues , skin edges or viscera of a shallow wound or incision at a desired position so that the surgeon can continue his work unobstructed. The retractor blades each contain curved, downward-pointing prongs.