Coagrasper™ Hemostatic Forceps

Hemostatic Grasper

Coagrasper™ Hemostatic Forceps

The single-use Olympus® Coagrasper Hemostatic Forceps delivers targeted monopolar coagulation that will create hemostasis at the precise site of bleeding. A combination mechanical and energy-based hemostasis device, the Coagrasper hemostatic forceps are designed to grasp and lift tissue, including bleeding points, from healthy surrounding tissue for targeted coagulation. The Coagrasper hemostatic forceps are available in three size options with different jaw widths to allow for hemostasis in various anatomic locations where bleeds may occur.

Key Benefits

  • Targeted grasping: The forceps’ anti-slip jaw design facilitates grasping the tissue, including bleeding points, to provide mechanical tamponade and separate healthy mucosa prior to thermal application.
  • Efficient thermal therapy: The forceps’ large surface is designed for evenly dispersed distribution of thermal therapy and the targeted current flow provides direct coagulation.
  • Unrestricted open/close functionality: The forceps can be opened and closed numerous times to economically treat multiple bleeding sites in a single patient.

Data on File as of 22/Dec/2006

Potential complications which may be associated with the using the Olympus Coagrasper hemostatic forceps may include but are not limited to patient injury such as bleeding, thermal, infection, perforation and or mucous membrane damage that could result in death or serious injury. It may also damage the endoscope and/or instrument. For complete indications, contraindications, warnings, and cautions, please reference full instructions for use (IFU) that accompanied your product.

Product Support

Models: FD-411UR, FD-410LR, FD-412LR
Energy: Monopolar
Opening Width: 4 mm, 5 mm, 6.5 mm
Working Lengths: 230 cm, 165 cm
Maximum Diameter: 2.75 mm
Compatible Channels: 3.2 mm, 2.8 mm
Use: Single use

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