- Babcock Forceps are finger ring, ratcheted, non-perforating forceps used to grasp delicate tissue.
- They are frequently used with intestinal and laparotomy procedures.
- Babcock Forceps are similar to Allis forceps; however, may be considered less traumatic due to their wider, rounded grasping surface.
- The jaws are circumferential, and the tips are triangular and fenestrated with horizontal serrations.
- They are particularly useful for grasping tube-shaped structures.
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