Laparoscopy Ports, Single-port Surgery

Definition : Disposable surgical ports used as an adjunct to minimally invasive abdominal surgery (i.e., laparoscopic procedures) that permit the simultaneous pass and independent manipulation of multiple instruments and cameras, while preserving peritoneum isolation and pneumoperitoneum. These ports usually include an introducer, a retractor, and a valve to keep pneumoperitoneum. Single-port procedures permit the introduction of multiple instruments, video cameras, and laparoscopes into the abdominal cavity through a single incision smaller than normally required for traditional open laparotomy but are larger than standard laparoscopy ports. This allows for surgical procedures through a single port. These ports may also include an adhesive attachment to the skin to keep isolation, and may include other components (e.g., blood/fluid absorbing materials). These ports are used for some particular laparoscopic procedures that permit this approach.

UMDC code : 28493

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Applied Medical Resources

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Applied Medical is dedicated to providing innovative products that improve patient outcomes and enable the advancement of minimally invasive surgery. As a new generation medical device company, we are equally committed to improving the affordability and accessibility of high-quality healthcare.

Cambridge Endoscopic Devices Inc

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Whether you are performing a traditional or advanced Single Incision laparoscopic procedure, the Autonomy Comfort Handle offers unmatched advantages.

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