9" (22.9 cm), curved, flexible blades with longitudinal serrations
Surgical Doyen Forceps:
- They're curved and lightweight, and they're usually employed to hold huge organs. For more devices check tonsil hemostatic forceps.
- Doyen intestinal forceps have longitudinal serrations and are non-crushing intestine occluding forceps.
- Used to obstruct the gut lumen temporarily.
- These come in a variety of sizes and are available in both straight and curved versions.
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What are the characteristics of doyen forceps?
- The long, thin, and bowed jaws of Doyen forceps are characterized by fine (usually) longitudinal serrations running the length of the gripping surface.
- They are offered as curved or straight instruments in lengths ranging from 6.5 to 9 inches.
- These forceps are employed in the surgery of the stomach and intestines.
- When the first teeth of the ratchet are engaged, only the tips of the jaws touch, resulting in a comfortable, atraumatic grip (because of their bowed shape).