Medical Instruments

Medical instruments are used in the practice of any surgical procedure. Medical instruments are also known as surgical instruments. Also, only doctors and surgeons use these tools because that requires skill for proper use. We introduce you ourselves as a manufacturer and exporter of quality-assured products. We deal in the products such as medical instruments, dissection, and beauty tools. In the same way, we assure our worldwide customers that our instruments, tools, or sets are compatible with international standards and suitable for their intended use. ISAHA Medical offers you to buy the following categories of hand-held medical or surgical instruments & devices:

  • Plastic Surgical Instruments.
  • Orthopedic Surgery Instruments.
  • Gynecology Surgery Instruments.
  • General Surgical Instruments, both reusable and disposable.
  • Laryngoscope Blades & Handles.
  • Otoscopes.

In addition, our hand-held medical instruments and devices comply with ISO 13485, ISO 9001, and CE requirements. That’s why we don’t compromise on quality. As a result, ISAHA Medical earned a brilliant name in the hand-made medical instruments and devices sector.


Our mission is to provide flawless instruments in the medical and health fields. However, we know what life is all about. In the same way, we don’t compromise on our product’s quality when it comes to health.

How are medical instruments classified?

Medical devices must be safe and convenient for their intended use. Therefore, specific classification rules apply. You can see from the CE marking that our medical devices comply with these classification rules. Moreover, the higher the risk medical device must meet, the more CE marking requirements. For example, the requirements for a class 1 medical device, such as plasters, are less strict than those for a class 2 medical device, such as hypodermic needles.

What is the difference between medical equipment and hand-held medical instruments?

The medical equipment that a doctor or surgeon uses to diagnose, treat, or keep an eye on their patients. Medical equipment’s primary function is to be used for diagnostic, therapeutic, or monitoring services. On the other hand, medical instruments are available in disposable or reusable forms. Surgeons and doctors depend on these operating room instruments while performing surgical procedures.

Unique selling points

  • Vast knowledge of medical instruments.
  • Explain complex information related to medical devices.
  • Appropriate knowledge of statistical quality control techniques.
  • We use a metal analyzer for material testing during and after production.
  • Offer a competitive price as per the customer’s need.
  • Product catalogs in pdf version that will be available on request.
  • Full support in case of a customer’s complaint or suggestions.

In the same way, the abovementioned points will help you buy ISAHA’s medical instruments.

How to find the medical tools?

It’s not hard to find the best medical instruments. It all comes down to what you need and what you choose. In the same way, you can buy medical instruments at ISAHA Medical to get the best price with flawless quality. Also, the company has a wide range of medical tools and devices for sale. We also manufactured these medical instruments for people who asked us to do so. Finally, please send us your order inquiry, and we’ll make them for you!

Care Instructions for Medical Instruments

  1.  Follow instructions exactly to increase tool life and better use of tools.
  2. Sterilize before use.
  3. After use, the instruments must be cleaned, lubricated, and sterilized.
  4. Fine instruments can be ultrasonically cleaned.
  5. Rinse instruments thoroughly and gently after cleaning. Use demineralized water whenever possible.
  6. Dry well after rinsing.
  7. Lubricate tools with joints, ratchet, or threaded connections with paraffin oil-based formulations.
  8. Before sterilization, close the ratchet in only one division.
  9. Processing in an autoclave is carried out with saturated steam at a temperature of +134°C.
  10. Corroded tools must be taken out of use immediately.

Where to buy hand-held medical-surgical instruments?

Are you looking forward to buying handmade medical instruments suitable for their intended use and fulfilling the requirements of international standards like ISO and CE? If yes, then you are at the right spot. In the same way, you can explore or find a wide range of high-quality hand-held medical-surgical instruments compatible with international standards.
Discover our wide range of hand-held medical instruments for your healthcare needs. If you did not find your desired tools, please don’t hesitate to contact us. In this link, we will try our best to help you.


  • How do you clean medical tools?

    You should know how instruments are cleaned and cared for before, during, and after surgery. You start by cleaning your tools before they’re used. Instruments are cleaned at the point of use not to get dirty during the surgery. In the same way, we tell you to do this in our IFU (Instruction for us) because the surgeon needs to acquire the instruments free from blood, debris, and bioburden before the operation.

  • Are medical devices considered sharp?

    Many medical devices, such as scissors, scalpels, and forceps, are razor-sharp. Many others, on the other hand, aren’t as acute. In brief, numerous medical equipment that is not always sharp is usually applied in hospitals. Many nurses and physicians, for example, use syringes to draw blood and administer drugs. The syringe isn’t sharpened, but the needle is.

  • Surgical Needle Holders

    Needle holders are used to keep needles that are connected to sutures. Also, these instruments come in various lengths and shapes, and they can be curved or straight. Furthermore, needle holders have tungsten carbide inserts, and it is identified with a gold-plated handle.

    The most common types of Needle Holders are as follows:

    • Mayo-Hegar.
    • Crile -wood.
    • Olsen-Hegar.
    • Collier.
    • Webster.

    In the same way, needle holders can also have spring handles that allow doctors or surgeons maximum results with minimum rotation of the wrist and hand. Also, the Castro Viejo is an example of a needle holder with spring handles.

  • Surgical Retractors:

    Many different types and sizes of retractors are available, and the type of surgery that is being done will play a significant role in which retractors are used. Retractors are used to keep the incision open to see the operative site. Also, use your fingers or hand to pull back the skin and subcutaneous tissue in small surgical areas. Further, heavier models can remove muscle and organ tissue from deeper surgical sites. An assistant holds some retractors in place while the surgeon does the procedure. But self-retaining retractors don’t need an assistant to keep them in place.

    To illustrate, find the common types of surgical retractors are as follows:

    • Richardson-Eastman.
    • Mayo.
    • Weitlaner.
    • Cerebellum.
    • Gelpi.
    • Volkman Rake.
    • Army-Navy.
    • Deaver.
  • Hand-held surgical instruments

    A hand-held sort of instrument is most commonly used in surgeries. Further, a surgical technologist must first learn the general tools used in most procedures. As an illustration, tissue forceps used in eye surgery are identical to those used in general surgery, with the sole exception being their size. It’s the same with retractors, needle holders, etc. Hence, instruments used in orthopedic and dental procedures are an exception to this rule.

    The most common uses of hand-held medical or surgical instruments are as follows:

    • Surgical Scissors.
    • Forceps.
    • Needle holders.
    • Retractors, and many more

    Also, you can buy medical instruments from ISAHA Medical.

  • Hemostatic Forceps.

    Clamps, artery forceps, and hemostats are the related terms used to describe these forceps. Also, the primary function of hemostats is to maintain hemostasis (control of blood flow in the vessel). The majority of hemostats come in various sorts:

    •  Lengths.
    • Curved.
    • Straight.
    • Serrated jaws.
    • Toothed ends.

    In the same way, hemostatic forceps fall under the following categories:

    • Mosquito.
    • Kelly.
    • Kocher.
    • Carmalt.
    Soft Tissue Forceps:

    The characteristics of soft tissue forceps are the same as hemostats. These forceps are used to hold and retract soft tissue for extended periods. Also, the features include fine teeth or ridges on the jaws, giving a more delicate grasp without causing harm to the tissue. Further, they also have ring handles and box locks, the same as hemostatic forceps.

    In addition, the most common types of soft tissue forceps are as follows:

    • Towel.
    • Allis.
    • Babcock.
    • Kocher.
    • Artery
    • Sponge
    • Backhaus
    Thumb Tissue Forceps:

    Thumb forceps lack box locks and ring handles but have spring handles that are kept closed by thumb and finger pressure.

    Further, the most common types of thumb tissue forceps are as follows:

    • Adson.
    • Brown-Adson.
    • Hudson.
    • Dressing.
    • Tissue Forceps with Teeth.
    • DeBakey.
  • Surgical Scissors

    A wide range of scissors of various lengths and styles, curved, straight, sharp, and blunt, is used in the operating room. Also, scissors are used for multiple tasks, including probing, dissecting, and spreading tissue.

    Further, the common types of surgical scissors are as follows:

    • Mayo scissors: identified by both heavy curved or straight blades with rounded tips.
    • Metzenbaum scissors: similar to Mayo, only lighter in pattern and more delicate.
    • Iris scissors: smooth in style and also commonly used for dissection purposes.
    • Operating scissors: Can be used for cutting sutures and gauze.
      Tungsten carbide scissors: Provide fine cutting and specify with gold-plated rings.
  • Passivation

    Surgical instruments are made of stainless steel with different grades, such as AISI 304, 410, 420, etc. Most of the time, stainless steel is the best material because it doesn’t get rusty. Before sale, ISAHA Medical “passivates” equipment to ensure the least amount of stains and spots.

    Passivation is a procedure that helps to maintain a continuous protective coating of chromium oxides on the instrument’s surface. So, this protective layer aids in the prevention of corrosion, spotting, and staining.

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