- Tools made for otoplasty.
- Strong stainless steel.
- Part of the Plastic Surgery Instruments.
- Handmade, top quality.
- It complies with ISO and CE Standards.
In plastic surgery, the DeBakey Atraumatic forceps are often used to move soft tissue. ISAHA Medical Atraumatic forceps are specifically designed to grab blood vessels and other small tissues.
In the same way, we have a wide range of Atraumatic forceps for plastic surgery that are suitable for their intended use.
Customization option is available in all of ISAHA Medical’s product range.
All of the instruments or tools manufactured by ISAHA Medical are precisely quality control checked and tested. Therefore, we assure you that all our manufactured Atraumatic forceps suit their intended use.
Also, do you want to evaluate our technical Drawing of plastic surgery forceps? If yes! Please get in touch with us. So, we will send it to you for your evaluation.
Atraumatic Forceps are small, delicate tools that help surgeons handle tissues without hurting them. They are often used to grab soft tissue and blood vessels or cut through soft tissue.
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Following tests performs as per procedure:
|Quality System Compliance
ISAHA Medical makes instruments for plastic surgery that meet ISO 9001:2015, ISO13485:2016, and F-899 standards. During production, plastic surgery forces are checked and controlled based on the product needs and standard operating procedures.
During the final quality check of Plastic Surgery Forceps, we do take the following steps:
– Identifying the product: Check the sample or technical Drawing visually.
We guarantee that the Plastic Surgery instruments we send to our valued customers as "OEM" are made of medical-grade stainless steel. Also, they meet ISO 7153-1 and F 899-20 standards. In the same way, our products are made according to the ISO 9001:2015, ISO13485:2016, and CE standards. In addition, they fall under Class 1 medical devices that meet the essential requirements of Medical Device Directive 93/42/EEC as changed by 2007/47/EC.