Optical disposable trocar visible tip trocar for endoscopic operation 12*100mm is a technique to place the initial trocar in laparoscopic surgery. With optical trocar access, each tissue layer can be visualized before insertion, which can help prevent organ injury, and air leaks at the trocar site can be minimized even in obese patients.
Optical Disposable Laparoscopic Trocar Visable is composed of an obturator and a sleeve. The sleeve is composed of a cannula, an insufflation, a stopcock, an internal seal, a durable universal seal.
It is intended for use in a variety of gynecologic, general, thoracic, and urologic laparoscopic procedures to create and maintain a port of entry for laparoscopic instruments.
Main Features of Optical Disposable Trocar Visible Tip Trocar for Endoscopic Operation 12*100mm
1. Funnel Lead-In
The 12mm optical disposable trocar has a funnel shape lead-in design, enabling smooth insertion, one-hand surgical instrument exchanging.
2. Stable Thread Design
The unique thread-shaped surface with inverted tooth design to increase sleeve fixation on abdominal wall and avoid sliding when the instruments entering or withdrawing from the sleeve.
3.None-Bladed Transparent Tip Design
None-bladed tip separates tissues instead of cutting tissues in order to reduce the damage.
Transparent conical head gives clear visual feedbacks when endoscope entering through the obturator. Also it helps avoiding blindness insertion and organ injuries.
4.Endoscope Secure Lock
Easy operating tunnel lock which is used to secure the endoscope from sliding in order to provide stable visualization.
5.Stainless Steel Needle
The trocar has a component of stainless steel needle instead of original plastic makes the trocar more reliable.
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Surgsci Medical Ltd. was established in Shenzhen, and a wholly-owned subsidiary InnoSurg was established in Pingshan District, Shenzhen in 2018.