Reynold's Forceps Handle Clamp c.1888

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Reynold's Forceps Handle Clamp c.1888

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E. Reynolds of Boston, designed his Forceps Handle Clamp along with a pair of curved axis traction rods, with hooks at the proximal end and buttons at the distal end.  Thehooks are intended to attach loosely to a common traction handle to permit rotation. The opposite ends terminate in a flat button that attaches easily to the proximal curve of each fenestration on the blades of most any Simpson’s style forceps.  Lastly, the handles of the forceps are fastened by a separate clamp of simple construction, resembling a monkey-wrench, that effectively stabilizes the handles of the forceps during use.

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