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          Peha instrument Mosquito clamp

          Sterile clamp for single use

          Peha instrument Mosquito clamp
          Order number: 114737
          Package: 25 piece(s)

          Selection: straight, 12.5 cm

          €89.19 * gross
          (€3.57 * / 1 piece(s))
          €74.95 * net
          (€3.00 * / 1 piece(s))

          plus shipping costs

          Item in stock

          You will receive your goods between the 20.08.2022 and 24.08.2022

          Due to the tense situation caused by the Covid-19 eruption, there may be occasional delays in delivery.

          Peha instrument Mosquito clamp from HARTMANN

          HARTMANN's Peha-instrument mosquito clamps are made of recyclable steel and are individually sterile-packed. Each instrument is doubly marked as disposable - preventing mix-ups with reusable instruments and reducing the risk of contamination. The Mosquito Clamp has a fine tapered tip with no teeth, making them particularly suitable for intentional ligations and holding severed blood vessels. Contaminated instruments can be easily collected and then disposed of properly.

          Product details

          • For holding severed blood vessels and for use in intentional ligations
          • Peelable labels on each individual package
          • In practical dispenser box
          • Handle with reliable locking mechanism
          • Fine tapered tip
          • Fluted blade without teeth
          • Green labeling prevents confusion with reusable instruments
          • Crossed-out 2 as disposable standard marking (according to EU directives)
          • Shape: Curved
          • Material: Brushed steel
          • Individually sterile packed
          • Length: 12,5 cm

          Scope of delivery

          • 25 HARTMANN Peha-instrument mosquito clamps
          Properties: sterile
          Product Type: Disposable Instruments

          Return conditions

          This article is excluded from withdrawal.