Spencer Wells’ Hemostatic Clamp

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Spencer Wells’ Hemostatic Clamp

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Sir Thomas Spencer Wells (1818-1897) was a surgeon of repute, rising to become president of the Royal College of Surgeons, and surgeon to Queen Victoria’s household.  He pioneered ovariotomy in Britain, reducing mortality rates from 80% in the 1850’s down to 11% by 1881.  He developed a ratcheted pedicle forceps that remained in use for many years.

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