MiniFESS provides you with a range of forceps and surgical instruments. Our instruments are designed for easy use, reliability, versatility to expand the procedures which you can confidently perform in your OR or in your ambulatory setting.
The MiniFESS surgical instruments set includes the following instruments:
Blakesley thru-cut forceps
MiniFESS turbinate forceps allow for gentle tissue compression, is designed to reduce the size of the turbinate and to create the necessary space you need for better visualization and access.
|MiniFESS turbinate forceps|
|MiniFESS turbinate forceps||110 mm working length||5 x 19 mm jaws|
MiniFESS Blakesley forceps is a smaller instrument that enhances your precision during operations.
|Blakesley thru-cut forceps (straight and 45 degree)|
|MiniFESS Blakesley thru-cut forceps||110 mm working length||Straight||2 x 5 mm jaws|
|MiniFESS Blakesley thru-cut forceps||110 mm working length||45°||2 x 5 mm jaws|
|Blakesley forceps (straight, 45-degree, 90-degree)|
|MiniFESS Blakesley forceps||110 mm working length||Straight||2.5 x 7 mm jaws|
|MiniFESSBlakesley forceps||110 mm working length||45°||2.5 x 7 mm jaws|
|MiniFESSBlakesley forceps||110 mm working length||90°||2.5 x 7 mm jaws|
MiniFess Takahashi forceps can be used for removing soft tissue, cartilage or excess bony fragments.
|MiniFESS Takahashi forceps|
|MiniFESS Takahashi forceps||Straight||2.5 x 8 mm jaws|
MiniFESS sickle knife has a 10 mm blade suitable for abrading and cutting small pieces of tissue with precision.
|MiniFESS sickle knife|
|MiniFESS sickle knife||Curved||10 mm|
|MiniFESS Light Seeker combines tactile feedback of a sinus seeker and light guidance to provide confirmation of the frontal sinus (78°, 1.5 mm ball-tip, includes standard ACMI connection plus 1 Wolf and 1 Storz connector adapter).|
|MiniFESS Maxillary Seeker allows accurate access and cannulation of the natural maxillary ostium with a 120-degree or 135-degree entry angle.|
|MiniFESS sphenoid seeker/freer had a 1.75mm ball-tip seeker with a 19-degree band angle that enables you to navigate easily towards the sphenoid ostium.|