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Single-Use Stainless Steel Medical Tools

Non-sterile Surgical tools as device components are available in the form of forceps, tweezers, scissors, and safety scalpels. Single-use medical forceps are offered in styles including locking, adson, iris, serrated dressing, precision, needle holder, and transfer. Tweezers and scissors are available in a variety of sizes, colors, materials, and finishes. Scalpels have been designed for easy one-handed activation available in a variety of blade sizes. Qosina is a leading medical device component supplier of disposable OEM components to the medical and pharmaceutical industries. Qosina carries a variety of single-use surgical medical tools in stock and ready for immediate delivery.

Surgical and Laboratory Tools from Qosina

Qosina offers a large variety of medical tools as non-sterile device components including single-use forceps in various materials, colors, sizes and tips. Styles for the medical tools include hemostatic, locking, needle holders, suture applier/remover, precision, single-use stainless steel, sponge, transfer and tweezers. Qosina plastic disposable laboratory tools are available in polypropylene, nylon, and acrylonitrile butadiene styrene with lengths ranging from 4.25 inch (108 mm) - 10.25 inch (260 mm) for metal-free handling. Qosina offers a wide variety of stainless steel medical tools. Medical tools are available in various colors with pointed, curved, serrated, smooth, round, square or extra fine designs. Hemostatic locking medical forceps manage flow, while transfer sponge or tweezer forceps are used for handling and manipulating small items. Qosina also maintains a comprehensive selection of stainless steel medical tool forceps in specialized styles, for when the look and feel of metal is more desirable than plastic. Qosina is a leading medical device component supplier of disposable OEM components to the medical and pharmaceutical industries. Companies purchase from Qosina to eliminate tooling costs, receiving immediate delivery of single-use medical components from inventory.