Surgical Instruments Test Out 2 Flashcards

Terms Definitions
Dental Elevator
Goelet Retractor
Weitlanner Retractor
Cerebellar Retractor
Yankauer Suction
Eastman Retractor
leforce adenotomes
curved mayo
weitlaner retractor
uterine sound
Bayonet Forceps
DonJoy Legend
kavorkian curet
laryngeal mirror
Babcock Forceps
Kelly Retractor
Diethrich Bulldog
Alm Retractor
Gelpi Retractor
Suture Scissors
Surgical Blades
Crile Clamp
Balfour retractors
Towel Clamp
Skin Hook
Metzenbaum scissors
debakey forceps
Halstead-Mosquito clamp
Alligator Forceps
Allis tissue forceps
Curved Mayo Scissors
#3 Knife Handle
Ferris-Smith Tissue Forceps
Mcgivor mouth gag
tischler biopsy punch
cushing vein retractor
Poole suction tip
finochietto rib spreaders
adson w/o teeth
DeBakey Tissue Forceps
US Army Retractor
dressing / pad
Hohmann (handheld) retractors
yankauer suction tip
boseman packing forceps
randall stone forceps
Lebsche sternum knife
Lister Bandage Scissors
Crile-Wood Needle Holder
Taylor Spinal Retractor
Foerster Sponge Forceps
Hand-Held Retractors
Snook Hook
Heaney Hysterectomy Clamp
Brown Adson Forceps
Backhaus towel clamps
Adson Fenestrated
Needle Holder
Foerster tongue forceps
Knowles bandage scissors
jennings mouth gag
right angle clamp
4. Forceps
Thumb, tissue forceps
To smooth alveolar bone
straight mayo "suture scissors"
Poole Suction with Sheath
white tonsil seizing forcep
Probe and Groove Director
Hohmann Retractors
Hourglass shape
Cruciate repair
Tissue Forceps without Teeth
Rat Tooth
Tissue Thumb Forceps
White Toe Nail Clippers
schoeder uterine tenaculum forceps
# 3 knife handle Long
to dilate the cervix transvaginally
Needle Holder--May-Hegar
♠No scissors
♠Better needle holder
Brown-Adson Forceps
Good for suturing
Ideally NO intestine or bladder
Iris Scissors
Suture and Tissue Scissors
occludes small to medium-sized vessels

kelly forceps
Suction tips, in situ drains, tracehostomy tubes, synthetic mesh, intraocular lenses, dental equipment
Used to remove incisors, canines, premolars from the maxillary and mandibular arches
Snook spay hook
for grabbing uterine horn
Tyding tonsil snare w/ straight tip
A chemical process applied during instrument manufacture that provides a corrosion-resistant finish.
going from left to righ 10,11,12,15,20
Rochester-Carmalt hemostatic forceps
for larger vessels, tissues, uterine stumps
Any instrument that is used for incision, sharp dissection, or excision of tissue
Hemostat clamp
to secure individual bleeding vessels for hemostasis
straight or curved serrations along entire lenth of jaws about
5 1/2 to 6 inches long
known as Halsted clamp
Allis Forceps
Causes massive crush and puncture injury. Only used to secure drapes/towels or on tissues to be removed.
Used to cut out pieces of bone
Commonly found in the Operating Room, this can damage instruments with prolonged exposure.
Can metzenbaums be used on suture material?
Mosquito clamp
to secure hemostasis of delicate tissue ( in plastic surgery and hand surgery)
straight or curved , serrations along entire lenth of jaws 5 to 5 1/2 inches long
knowan as Halsted clamp,snap clamp
periosteal elevator
to separate and retract the periosteum from the bone
ii. Metzenbaum Scissors
Soft tissue dissection with minimal surgical trauma Eg. fat & thin muscles
blood borne pathogens
viruses spread by sneezing, coffing, air borne, Pathogenic microorganisms that are present in human blood and can cause disease in humans; these pathogens include, but are not limited to, hepatitis B virus (HBV) and human immunodeficiency virus (HIV).
Adson forceps
To grasp superficial tissue ,
smooth end or with 1x2 teeth or 2x3 teeth 4 3/4 inches long
known as bunny forceps,toothed adson
what are the types of scalpel handles and blades?
Loop Curette
Used for scraping soft tissue away from bone.
Frazier Suction
Fine control - Neuro or orthopedic surgeries
Do allis forceps cause trauma to the tissues?
scalpel handle
to accoomodate knife blades of any size, on this test 3, 3 long, 4, 7.
surgical scissors
straight or curved used to cut and trim tissue
Adson hemostat clamp
to secure hemostasis of vessels in neurosurgery
straight or curved 7 1/4 or 8 3/4 inches long serrations along half the length of the jaw
What are examples of suction tips?
Poole, Yankauer, and frazier
#10 Blade
For linear incision OF THE SKIN (NOT internal)
Small animal
Needle holder /Sarot
to hold fine delicate needles ( cardiovascular needles 7 to 10 1/2 inches long
What are examples of rasps?
Doyen rib stripper, Matson elevator and stripper, Aufricht nasal rasp
What is a distinguishing feature of the allis forceps?
They have interdigitating teeth
a locking box lock clamp has how many ratchets that remain closed after they are set?
one or more
what are examples of toothed forceps?
Adson forcep with teeth, thumb tissue forcep with teeth, bonney tissue forcep, and crushing forcep
Plain thumb forceps (dressing forceps)
Only used for soft tissues if DeBakey not available. Need a lot of pressure to hold securely.
Allis and babcock tissue forceps are used on what?
Tissue that is to be removed
What are some characteristics of elastic tissues?
-able to withstand a limited amount of streatching without injury
-peritoneal lining, vaginal vault, and glandular tissue
toothed forceps have one or more teeth used for what?
to grasp skin or other connective tissue
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