Usefulness of needle holder with a function of fine forceps for bypass surgery in both hands

@article{Horiuchi2015UsefulnessON,
  title={Usefulness of needle holder with a function of fine forceps for bypass surgery in both hands},
  author={Tetsuyoshi Horiuchi and Tatsuya Seguchi and Kiyoshi Ito and Kazuhiro Hongo},
  journal={Surgical Neurology International},
  year={2015},
  volume={6}
}
Background: In bypass surgery, a single-handed needle holder is usually used with other handed fine forceps. Recently, a needle holder with the function of fine forceps has been developed. Methods: In this technical note, usefulness of newly developed needle holders in both hands is presented in bypass surgery. Results: With this method, surgeons can make stitches and ties by both hands without exchanging instruments. Conclusions: This method is effective and may result in faster anastomotic… Expand

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