Disposable laparoscopic trocars

Disposable laparoscopic trocars is a sharp-edged tool used medicine and surgery. It is used to access blood vessels and body cavities.One of the most important uses of Disposable laparoscopic trocars is their application to port placement in laparoscopic surgery. It is placed inside the cannula in the process of serum therapy and helps with this.

Types of Disposable laparoscopic trocars :

disposable Laparoscopic trocars with blade and without blade.

Disposable Laparoscopic trocars with blade:

Double diamond blade for ease of tissue cutting and minimal damage to the incision area and the presence of multiple slots on the cannula sleeve body ensures its stability in the surgical setting when switching to different laparoscopic instruments. In this type of laparoscopic trocars, the presence of a red button to arm or disarm it increases physician and patient safety during surgery.The presence of two series of blades on the cannula eliminates the possibility of leakage during surgery. Also, the presence of throttle valve in this model of disposable laparoscopic trocars, it is possible to control the entry and exit of laparoscopic gas through the patient’s abdomen. For this purpose, when the valve is closed, the emission of carbon gas can be reduced to zero. The unique design of this (due to the existence of two series of flexible blades) allows the passage of laparoscopic instruments and devices from 4.5 mm to 12.5 mm in diameter without any problem, including gas leakage.

Disposable Laparoscopic trocars without blade:

It has a plastic blade instead of a metal blade to prevent the possibility of adhesion to the patient’s internal organs, especially where the patient has a history of abdominal surgery. The presence of multiple grooves on the cannula sleeve body ensures its stability in the surgical setting when replacing different laparoscopic instruments. Also, the presence of two series of blades on the cannula eliminates the possibility of leakage during surgery.The presence of throttle valve in this model makes it possible to control the entry and exit of laparoscopic gas through the patient’s abdomen. For this purpose, when the valve is closed, the emission of carbon gas can reach zero. The unique design of this (due to the existence of two series of flexible blades) allows the use of laparoscopic instruments and tools from 4.5 mm to 12.5 mm in diameter without any problems, including gas leakage.

 

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