Lane Tissue Forceps are a type of surgical instrument commonly used in various medical procedures to grasp and hold tissues during surgeries. These forceps are named after the American surgeon, John Lane, who developed them in the early 20th century. They are characterized by their slender, curved jaws with fine, serrated tips that provide a firm grip on delicate tissues without causing damage. Lane Tissue Forceps come in different sizes and variations, including straight and curved, with or without teeth, and with or without a locking mechanism. They are typically made of high-quality stainless steel for durability and easy sterilization.