Minerva Health Bipolar Non-Stick Forceps

Perfect thermal conductibility with the Minerva Health Bipolar Non-Stick Forceps.

Bipolar forceps are surgical instruments that are used in medical procedures such as laparoscopic surgery, plastic and cosmetic surgery, urology surgery, neurosurgery, and otolaryngology (ear, nose and throat surgery). They consist of two electrodes that are used to grip and hold tissue, and to deliver a low-voltage electrical current for coagulation or cutting. The bipolar design allows for precise control of the electrical current, minimizing the risk of damage to surrounding tissue and reducing the spread of electrical current to other parts of the patient's body.

By using a polished noble material with excellent thermal properties for the forceps’ tip, the undesirable effect of sticking tissue is now completely eliminated and non-stop working is ensured. The non-stick effect is permanently ensured, as the tips are made of solid noble metal. Even when redressing the surface and after frequent sterilization, the non-sticking properties will be retained.


Electrosurgical instruments