|What are Olsen Hagar's?
|Needle Holders and scissor actions
|What are Gillie's Needle holders?
|Holding and cutting. One handle shorter than the other with longer thumb grip
|What are West's Retractors?
|Self retaining retractors, wide range of veterinary surgery, sharp prongs
|What are Gelpi Forceps?
|Single pronged outwardly turning tips
|What are Mayo Needle holders?
|Self retaining needle holders, not cutting blade surfaces
|What are Spencer wells Forceps?
|Bulky, robust, curved or straight. Used for clamping blood vessels.
|What are Halstead Mosquito Forceps?
|Small, fine tipped artery forceps. Clamping small blood vessels
|What are Allis Tissue Forceps?
|Rounded tip with teeth on the gripping surface holding soft tissue
|What are Mayo Scissors?
|Soft tissue dissection and cutting. Strong rounded blades
|What are Metzenbaum Scissors
|Fine, lightweight scissors. Long handle, short blade
|what are the 3 types of scissors?
|Mayo, Metzenbaum and Carless
|3 types of holding forceps?
|Toothed dissecting forceps, rat-toothed dissecting forceps and Aliis tissue forceps
|4 types of needle holders?
|Gillies, Olsen Hegar, McPhails and Mayo-Hegar
|2 Towel Clips?
|Backhaus and Gray Cross action
|2 Artery Forceps
|Spencer Wells and Halstead Mosquito
|Self Retaining Retractors
|Gelpis, Travers, Finochietto and Balfour
|3 Handheld Retractors
|Hohmann, Langenbeck and Czemy
|Bone Cutting Forceps Rongeurs Periosteal Elevators Curette Osteotome Chisel