The Raptor grasping device combines alligator grasping forceps and rat tooth capabilities into one device, helping to increase gripping ability for a stronger hold during foreign body retrieval and stent removal. The foreign body grasping forceps is available in three different sizes offering the versatility needed during endoscopic procedures of the upper and lower gastrointestinal tract and biliary tract.
How the Raptor grasping device works
Endoscopic grasping instruments, such as rat tooth forceps, are most often used for the management of ingested foreign bodies and food impactions. The Raptor grasping device is intended to be used to grasp tissue and/or retrieve foreign bodies, excised tissue, and stents during endoscopic procedures. The device offers a hybrid jaw configuration, maximizing the precision and strength of a disposable alligator forceps and rat tooth forceps endoscopy device in one.
Why the Raptor grasping device?
The Raptor grasping device offers the following features:
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Browse a complete Item Number list and easily reorder Raptor® Grasping Device products on Shop STERIS.
|Product Number||Description||Sheath Diameter||Length||Rotation||Sterile||Unit/Box|
*Available for International Customers only
|BX00711176*||Raptor disposable grasping forceps||2.3mm||230cm||yes||yes||5||
|BX00711177||Raptor grasping device||2.4mm||230cm||no||yes||5|
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