The material specially developed for our SuperGliss® non-stick bipolar forceps prevents overheating of the tips during coagulation. Laboratory tests confirm the outstanding non-stick properties that last throughout the lifetime of the instrument.
Pinpoint grasping and a better grip thanks to microstructured tips with clearly defined edges.
Easy and comfortable dissection with the patented Guide-Stop™. The spring force of the instrument facilitates dissection. The Guide-Stop™ closes the instrument precisely tip to tip.
The zhora tips are short and delicate. Due to their eccentric tip design by a 10° upward skew, the tips may offer better visibility in the operating field.
CC guide – To match tines exactly and prevent scissoring of the tips.
Reinforced for optimized spring tension.
"The sharp tips allow a precision that surpasses all other bipolar forceps I have used throughout my career. The forceps are well-balanced and the shafts are very slender, but strong. With the small upward angulation of the tips, the SuperGliss® non-stick zhora bipolar forceps are perfect for skull base tumors in deep and narrow fields, as well as for more superficial, minimally invasive procedures."
The Extra Low Profile (ELP) tips are shorter and more delicate. They are designed to meet the challenges of fine, microsurgical interventions.
“The design and construction of the SuperGliss® non-stick ELP bipolar forceps with different angles and sizes represent a technical innovation that can lead to improved surgical outcomes. These bipolar forceps enhance the quality and quantity of tumor and tissue resection and dissection in skull base surgery and open the possibility of new surgical approaches to microscopic tumor resection and hemorrhage coagulation in the anatomical areas of the skull base.“
The SuperGliss® non-stick TEO product line provides rounder tips and more insulation towards the distal tip. Different angles enable the surgeon to work "around corners".
The tips of SuperGliss® non-stick TEO bipolar forceps are serrated for improved grasping of tissue.
“These Sutter bipolar forceps offer the versatility required for standard microsurgery and endoscope-assisted surgery. They are well-balanced, have a minimal amount of non-insulated ends for obvious safety benefits, tips with different thickness for different tissues, various angled tips for different viewing angles, and good grip. I believe they are the best bipolar forceps on the market.“