Type
Crossword
Description

The most common clamp used in surgery Hemostat
Larger than a hemostat and used for occluding larger vessels Kelly
Another name for a Kelly clamp. Pean
Another name for a Hemostat. Crile
Fine dissecting scissors. Metzenbaum
Scissors to cut through tough tissue. Mayo
Fine forceps used to close skin. Adson
An instrument used to grasp breast tissue. Allis
An instrument that goes around structures, tubes, etc. Babcock
Usually double-ended for exposing. Richardson
A malleable hand held retractor Ribbon
A self-retaining finger ringed retractor. Weitlaner
A heavy toothed forcep used in gyn surgery. Bonney
An atraumatic forcep named after heart surgeon. Debakey
The big ugly. Ferris-Smith
Thoracic tissue forcep. Singley
A star-burst pattern forcep found in most standard sets. Russian
Medium sized hand-held retractor, military. Army Navy
Small retractor with blade on one end and rake on other. Senn
Used with copious irrigation. Poole

surgical instruments Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

nasal speculum
graves speculum
tenaculum
spomge forcep
curved iris
vas clamp
senn retractor
allis forcep
needle holder
kocher
scissors
adson forcep
curved kelly
towel clamp
knife handle

Medical Surgical Instruments Bingo Cards

Type
Bingo Cards
Description

Mayo Scissors
Metzenbaum Straight Scissors
OR Straight Scissors
Uterine Forceps
Right Angle
Bandage Scissors
Mosquito Forceps
Umbilical Cord Scissors
Adson Forceps
Iris Scissors
Crile Clamp
Alli's Forceps
Kelly
Towel Clamp
Needle Holder
Kocher Clamp
Hemostatic Forceps
Otoscope
Grooved Director
Cushing Vein Retractor
Tuning Fork
Anal Scope
Ophthalmic Scope
Percussion Hammer

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Surgical Technology word scrabble #! Word Scramble

Type
Word Scramble
Description

adson brown
straight mayo scissors
debakey forceps
poole suction tip
senns
metzenbaum scissors
balfour retractor
deaver retractor
knife handle
richardson
right angle
ring forceps
allis clamp
yankauer suction
weitlander self retaining
tissue forceps with teeth
towel clamps
curved mayo scissors
misquito
needle holders

Instrument Test #2 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

GRASPING INSTRUMENT THAT COAGULATES AND DIVIDES TISSUE THROUGH LOW TEMPERATURE CAVITATION HARMONIC SCALPEL
DISSECT AND UNDERMINE DELICATE TISSUE METZENBAUM SCISSORS
PRECISION CUTTING IN A CONFINED SPACE OR DEEP WOUND #7 KNIFE HANDLE
USED TO CREATE SMALL PRECISE WOUNDS #15 BLADE
PRECISION CUTTING IN SMALL SPACES-ENT OPHTHALMIC AND NEUROLOGY BEAVER HANDLE
GRASPING DELICATE TISSUE PLAIN ADSON TISSUE FORCEPS
GRASP NUMEROUS TYPES OF TISSUE-CARDIAC, VASCULAR AND GASTROINTESTINAL DEBAKEY FORCEPS
PICK UPS FOR HEAVY TISSUE MUSCLE AND BONE FERRIS SMITH FORCEPS
USED TO CREATE SPONGE STICKS FORESTER SPONGE FORCEPS
USED FOR LIFTING, HOLDING AND RETRACTING SLIPPERY DENSE TISSUE THAT IS BEING REMOVED ALLIS
ATRAUMATIC CLAMP FOR GRASPING AND ENCIRCLING DELICATE STRUCTURES SUCH AS FALLOPIAN TUBES BABCOCK
GRASP TOUGH FIBROUS TISSUE MUSCLE AND BONE KOCHER
USED FOR SUPERFICIAL RETRACTION OF WOUND EDGES VOLKMAN
DULL OR SHARP SELF RETAINING RETRACTOR TO HOLD WOUND EDGES OPEN WEITLANER
USED TO SUCTION IN CONFINED SPACES-NASAL CAVITY, NEUROLOGY AND SPINAL SURGERY FRAZIER SUCTION TIP
HOLDING HEAVY NEEDLES WHEN SUTURING MAYO HEGAR NEEDLE HOLDER
USED FOR SKIN WOUND CLOSURE SKIN STAPLER

Surgical Instruments Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

MOSQUITO FORCEP
KOCKER FORCEP
ROCHESTER PEAN FORCEP
WEITLANER
PARKER RETRACTOR
CRILE FORCEP
BONE CUTTER
ROUNGER
BABCOCK FORCEP
ALLIS FORCEP
ADSON FORCEP
POLE RETRACTOR
HOHMANN RETRACTOR
BALFOUR RETRACTOR
BANDAGE SCISSOR
SPONGE FORCEP
FERRIS SMITH FORCEP
MALLET
SCALPAL HANDLE
NEEDLE HOLDER
MAYO SCISSOR

Surgical Instrument Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

consists of a handle that holds a disposable blade. A No. 15 blade is the most common scalpels
must be sharp enough to cut without damaging or ripping surrounding tissues. tissue scissors
have blunt points and a curved lower blade to insert under the suture material. suture scissors
use to remove dressings bandage scissors
used to remove wax from the ear canal. blunt curettes
used to grasp or hold objects forceps
most commonly used surgical instrument and close off blood vessels hemostats
used to keep towels for draping the surgical site in place towel clamps
allow greater access and a better view of a surgical site retractors
are slander, pointed instruments used to enlarge a body opening, such as a tear duct. dilators
used to explore wounds or body cavities and to locate or clear blockage. probes
determined by the thickness/diameter of the strand suture size
require special instruments to hold, insert, and retrieve them during suturing curved suture needles
has suture material permanently attached swaged needle
11-0 smallest
forcep with teeth serrated
smooth forcep thumb
another name for "dressing forceps" sponge
useful for dressing wounds where other fabrics might stick to the burn or laceration. gauze

Surgical Instruments Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

compound curved
curette
dilators
dressing
forceps
half curved
hemostats
holding
incision
lister bandage
needle holders
packages kit
precut
probes
retractors
scrape
serrated
spencer
straight
sutures
thumb
towel clamps

Instruments Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

primarily used to move tissues and organs to keep surgical site exposed retractor
used for grasping, holding or exerting traction on tissues forceps
a metal or plastic instrument that is used to dilate an orifice or canal in the body to allow inspection speculum
not Alice. Used to hold edges of tissue Allis
Comes in Tissue, Dressing or Brown Adson
weighted auvard
used to control flow of blood hemostat
for suturing (two words) needleholder
evacuator with removable tip yankhauer
multi part retractor bookwalter
forceps with vascular serrations debakey
3.5 inch mosquito hartman
5 inch mosquito halsted
evacuator with stylet frazier
two piece abdominal evacuator poole
has a tiny hand and foot senn
a common dissection scissors metzenbaum

Surgical Instrumentation Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Dilator
Probe
Bougie
Mayo-Hegar
Webster
Sarot
Frazier
Yankauer
Poole
Hemostat
Kelly
Crile
Kocher
Fogarty
Satinsky
Bulldog
Single-action rongeur
Double-action rongeur
Castroviejo scissors
Mayo scissors
Metzenbaum scissors
Satin finish
Tungsten carbide inserts
Titanium anodizing

SURGERY CROSSWORD

Type
Crossword
Description

What clamp is used to clamp small blood vessels Bulldog
Another name for Harrington retractor Sweetheart
what retractor is a rake on one end and a flat blade on the other senn
what retractor set has cars bookwalter
What instrument do we call a BP bard parker
used for cutting delicate tissue metz
most common surgical forcep, used for grasping soft tissue, bowel and blood vessels debakey
needle driver used in vascular cases castro viejo
used to suction fluids yankauer
to suction large amounts of fluids poole
forcep used to hold sponges ring
sharp stylet inside cannula trocar
to grasp the gallbladder alligator
divides, cuts, and auto staples tissues, like intestines GIA
cuts and coagulates tissue to stop bleeding and destroy tissue bovie
robotic surgery Da Vinci
How Dr. Dorenbusch wants nurses to retrieve items quickly
What nickname does Dr. Tannenbaum have for Elisha giggles
who has been in surgery the longest jodi
current CST and RN wheeler