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MRCOG Part 2 All in One Study materials eBook PDF Free Download

MRCOG Part 2 All in One Study materials eBook PDF Free Download

 MRCOG Part 2 All in One Study materials eBook PDF Free Download

MRCOG Part 2 All in One Study materials eBook PDF Free Download Forceps are used to grasp tissue edges. They can be toothed or non robust and can vary in their length. In general, only non– toothed, fine or toothed forceps which are less traumatic are used inside the peritoneal cavity. Fine toothed forceps are usually used for picking up skin edges during skin closure or manipulating the needle. Grasped between thumb and forefinger in a pincer grip usually with the left hand, you will often use these to manipulate the needle and grasp tissue edges when suturing.

Allis forceps are ratcheted. They have hinged teeth and are used to hold and retract subcuticular tissue. They can be used to hold soft tissues without causing damage for long periods. A Green Armytage uterine haemostatic forceps are used to hold the incised uterine edges at caesarean section prior to closing the hysterotomy incision. Four are commonly used, one on each side of the uterine incision angle.

MRCOG Part 2 All in One Study materials eBook PDF Free Download

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