Peha®-instrument Forceps

For a sterile single use in the ward, outpatient settings and operating theatre to eliminate the risk of cross-contamination
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Surgical disposable forceps made of matt brushed steel, which is not reflective. High-grade material, precise processing and a sterile presentation in individually wrapped packs ensure a perfect hygienic and functional use at any time. The single-use marking on both sides prevents confusion with reusable instruments. Due to their practical dispenser, they are always at hand – ready for immediate use.

Time-consuming reprocessing can be dispensed with, which makes them not only more economical in use than reusable forceps, but also helps exclude cross contamination.

Peha-instrument are marked with Peha® Colour Lock® safety marking. This is the first colour marking especially developed for medical products. The abrasion resistance was confirmed due to various internal processes and the human-toxicological harmlessness is certified by an external partner.

Peha® Colour Lock® safety marking
  • is produced as part of an innovative, automated process within the EU
  • contrary to conventional colour marking, is only applied after cleaning
  • enables a particularly fast and safe distinction from reusable instruments

Peha®-instrument Standard tissue forceps straight

92402
Precise single use forceps with smooth opening/closing made of stainless steel:
Suitable for grasping and pulling threads, dressing materials, gauze sponges, tissue and for grasping and removing foreign bodies. For use in the ward, outpatient settings or operating room.

Product Information
Article Number
9910634
Content
1 Pack
EAN
4052199219912
Content
1 Box of 2 Packs
EAN
4052199219929
Product Information Article Number Content EAN
Article Number 9910634
1 Pack 1 Box of 2 Packs 4052199219912 4052199219929

Peha®-instrument Standard anatomic forceps straight

Single use forceps made of stainless steel, which closes over the entire functional surface:
Suitable for grasping and pulling threads, dressing materials, gauze sponges, tissue and for grasping and removing foreign bodies. For use in the ward, outpatient settings or operating room.

Product Information
Article Number
9910643
Content
1 Pack
EAN
4052199220703
Content
1 Box of 2 Packs
EAN
4052199220710
Product Information Article Number Content EAN
Article Number 9910643
1 Pack 1 Box of 2 Packs 4052199220703 4052199220710

Peha®-instrument DeBakey forceps straight

92400
Atraumatic fine single use forceps made of stainless steel, which also meets very high surgical demands. Suitable for the atraumatic holding of tissue. For use in the ward, outpatient settings or operating room.

Product Information
Article Number
9910613
Content
1 Pack
EAN
4052199219486
Content
1 Box of 2 Packs
EAN
4052199219493
Product Information Article Number Content EAN
Article Number 9910613
1 Pack 1 Box of 2 Packs 4052199219486 4052199219493

Peha®-instrument Micro-Adson tissue forceps

92374
Fine precise single use forceps, made of stainless steel, serrated:
Suitable for holding tissue. For use in the ward, outpatient settings and operating room.

Product Information
Article Number
9910663
Content
1 Pack
EAN
4052199220741
Content
1 Box of 2 Packs
EAN
4052199003467
Product Information Article Number Content EAN
Article Number 9910663
1 Pack 1 Box of 2 Packs 4052199220741 4052199003467

Peha®-instrument Splinter forceps straight

Fine precise single use forceps made of stainless steel with ergonomic shape:
Suitable for the removal of foreign bodies, mostly from skin and subcutaneous tissue. For use in the ward, outpatient settings or operating room.

Product Information
Article Number
9910654
Content
1 Pack
EAN
4052199220666
Content
1 Box of 2 Packs
EAN
4052199220673
Product Information Article Number Content EAN
Article Number 9910654
1 Pack 1 Box of 2 Packs 4052199220666 4052199220673

Application

For a sterile single use in the ward, outpatient settings and operating theatre to eliminate the risk of cross-contamination that could occur from the use of reprocessed forceps.

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