Biopsy Punches

  • Eppendorfer Biopsy Punch

    Eppendorfer Biopsy Punch

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    Eppendorfer Biopsy Punch Improved Jaws 4mm x 8mm Bite – Each Sold Separately
    Trans Africa Medicals’s® Eppendorfer Biopsy Punch is a non-ratcheted, finger ring OB/GYN instrument used for taking cervical tissue samples during procedures such as a colposcopy. Biopsy punches are typically chosen based on user preference, patient size, and the desired size of the sample. The Eppendorfer biopsy punch is considered an anvil style punch. This product has short, straight shanks that angle to long straight shaft with a 4mm x 8mm biting tip. The overall length of 12 inches.
  • Kevorkian-Younge Biopsy Punch

    Kevorkian-Younge Biopsy Punch

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    Kevorkian-Younge Biopsy Punch Teeth on Lower Jaw 3mm x 9.7mm Bite – Each Sold Separately
    Trans Africa Medicals’s® Kevorkian-Younge Biopsy Punch is a non-ratcheted, finger ring instrument used for obtaining tissue samples in gynecological procedures. The shanks are short and angle at a box lock to a long, narrow shaft that is 10 inches long. The tip has a 3mm x 9.7mm rectangular bite with 4 lower teeth to grasp and excise the tissue for biopsy.
  • Mini Tischler Biopsy Punch

    Mini Tischler Biopsy Punch

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    Mini Tischler Biopsy Punch 2.3mm x 4.2mm Bite – Each Sold Separately
    Trans Africa Medicals’s® Mini Tischler Biopsy Punch Forceps are an OB/GYN instrument most commonly used in colposcopy procedures to obtain cervical tissue samples for biopsy. This product is straight with an 8 inch shaft and 2.3mm x 4.2mm semi elliptical bite. The mini Tischler bite is slightly smaller than a standard Tischler bite and takes a smaller tissue sample. The mini or baby style biopsy punch is often preferred because there is typically less bleeding and pain when the smaller tissue sample is removed. It features a single, lower tooth used to grasp difficult to reach tissue and a locking mechansim above the horn on the handle so the jaws can lock the tissue sample into place while the instrument is removed from the cervical canal. This reduces the risk of losing the tissue sample as the instrument is withdrawn. This product has a pistol style handle with one large ring for multiple fingers.
  • Oval Biopsy Punch

    Oval Biopsy Punch

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    Oval Biopsy Punch 3mm x 5mm Bite – Each Sold Separately
    Trans Africa Medicals’s® Oval Biopsy Punch Forceps are a locking, double-spring plier instrument used for obtaining uterine tissue for biopsy. The plier handle features a horn for thumb placement as well as a hook and two finger rest to provide maximum hand comfort and greater control of the instrument. The bite of this instrument is the unique Burke-style punch and produces a 3mm x 5mm oval tissue sample. The locking wheel at the base of the shaft has a smooth, beveled side with the rest being cross-serrated which makes the lock easy to engage. This locks the jaws and the tissue sample in place while the instrument is removed from the cervical canal, thus reducing the risk of losing the tissue sample as the instrument is withdrawn. The shaft of these forceps is approximately 8 inches long.
  • Schumacher-Van Doren Biopsy Punch

    Schumacher-Van Doren Biopsy Punch

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    10″ Schumacher-Van Doren Biopsy Punch Angled – Each Sold Separately
    Trans Africa Medicals’s® Schumacher-Van Doren Biopsy Punch is a non-ratcheted, finger ring instrument used for removing uterine tissue samples for biopsy. Long shanks curve slightly after the handle so that the users hands may be lower and do not obstruct the view of the surgical site. The short, gently curved jaws are easily managed and the bite provides a 7mm x 7mm x 4mm triangular tissue sample. The overall length of this product is 10 inches.
  • Tischler-Kevorkian Biopsy Punch

    Tischler-Kevorkian Biopsy Punch

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    Tischler-Kevorkian Biopsy Punch 3mm x 9.5mm Bite – Each Sold Separately
    Trans Africa Medicals’s® Tischler-Kevorkian Biopsy Punch is an OB/GYN instrument most commonly used in colposcopy procedures to obtain cervical tissue samples for biopsy. This product is straight with an 8 inch shaft and 3mm x 9.5mm rectangular bite. It features a single lower tooth and a single upper tooth used to grasp difficult to reach tissue. It also has a locking mechansim above the horn on the handle so the jaws can lock the tissue sample into place while the instrument is removed from the cervical canal. This reduces the risk of losing the tissue sample as the instrument is withdrawn. This product has a pistol style handle with one large ring for multiple fingers.
  • Trans Africa Medicals Tischler Oval Biopsy Punch

    Trans Africa Medicals Tischler Oval Biopsy Punch

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    Trans Africa Medicals Tischler Oval Biopsy Punch 3mm x 7mm Bite – Each Sold Separately
    Trans Africa Medicals’s® Tischler Elliptical / Oval Biopsy Punch is a non-ratcheted, double spring OB/GYN instrument most commonly used in colposcopy procedures to obtain cervical tissue samples for biopsy. The bite of this standard Tischler punch is 3mm x 7mm and it produces an oval shaped tissue sample. It features a single, lower tooth used to grasp difficult to reach tissue and a locking mechansim above the horn on the handle so the jaws can lock the tissue sample into place while the instrument is removed from the cervical canal. This reduces the risk of losing the tissue sample as the instrument is withdrawn. A standard size biopsy punch may produce cause more bleeding and pain than a mini or baby punch; however, with certain diagnoses it is necessary to obtain a larger tissue sample. The length of the cannula/tip is approximately 8 inches. This product has a pistol style handle with one large ring for multiple fingers.
  • Wittner Uterine Biopsy Punch

    Wittner Uterine Biopsy Punch

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    Wittner Uterine Biopsy Punch Straight 4mm x 8mm Bite – Each Sold Separately
    Trans Africa Medicals’s® Wittner Uterine Biopsy Punch is a non-ratcheted, finger ring instrument used for obtaining samples of uterine tissue for biopsy. The shanks are short and the shaft extends approximately 12 inches. The jaws are straight and feature 4 teeth on the lower section and a 4mm x 8mm semi-oval bite on the upper section.