-Hybrid jaw configuration, combines alligator forcep and rat tooth forcep capabilities into one, increasing the gripping ability for a stronger hold
-Distal rat tooth forcep teeth are designed to fully close around foreign bodies such as a safety pin
-Features a flexible distal wire that operates in retroflexed positions including duodenoscopes for retrieval of biliary stents
-Available in two sizes – the Raptor® grasping device – mini is an ideal endoscopic grasper with a smaller hybrid jaw for tight conditions and procedures requiring an ultra-slim endoscope
The Raptor grasping device is an endoscopic grasper that offers the versatility needed for retrieving a variety of foreign bodies and stents during endoscopic procedures of the upper and lower gastrointestinal tract and biliary tract. The Raptor grasping device offers a hybrid jaw configuration, maximizing the precision and strength of a rat tooth forcep and alligator forcep endoscopy device in one.
How the Raptor grasping device works
Endoscopic grasping instruments are most often used for the management of ingested foreign bodies and food impactions. The Raptor grasping device is intended to be used to grasp tissue and/or retrieve foreign bodies, excised tissue and stents during endoscopic procedures.
Why the Raptor grasping device?
The Raptor grasping device offers the following features:
-Single-use design, eliminates reprocessing and ensures the device performs consistently with each use
-Hybrid jaw configuration, combines alligator forcep endoscopy device and rat tooth forcep capabilities into one, increasing the gripping ability for a stronger hold