Laparoscopic surgery uses long-pencil-like instruments that fit through small cuts in the abdominal wall instead of the large incisions required during open operations. Laparoscopic instruments are made of durable materials and usually high-quality stainless steel. Instruments all have a very narrow shaft so that they can fit inside laparoscopic ports. Multi-functional laparoscopic instruments vary from many handle styles, three instrument styles, 33 cm or 45 cm lengths, and dozens of dissectors, graspers, forceps, and scissors.
A laparoscopic trocar introduces illumination and viewing, or camera, scope during surgeries. A trocar is a versatile medical instrument usually inserted through a hollow tube called a cannula that functions as a portal into the body of a surgical patient. After the surgery is finished, the device is carefully removed and small stitches are put in place.
The laparoscopic suction irrigation set is designed to enable efficient aspiration and/or irrigation during laparoscopic procedures to keep the abdominal cavity clear of liquids and blood. The set offers ease of use with an ergonomic, clear handpiece that can be used with either hand and that provides unobstructed visibility. Its matte shaft also aids visualization by minimizing cold-light glare. The set is equipped with double spike tubing for flexibility as well as distal lateral holes and an atraumatic tip to help prevent damage to body tissues.
Laparoscopic scissors are used to cut a variety of tissue, including fibrotic or calcified tissue, sutures, and occasionally tissue containing staples. Disposable scissors may become dull and ineffective. The scissors with the straight blades are widely used as an instrument for mechanical dissection in laparoscopic surgery. The scissors with curved blades are widely used in laparoscopic surgery.
The laparoscopic dissector is used for tissue dissection and more precise control during laparoscopic surgery. The dissector features both movable parts of forceps, light teeth on the forceps surface, simple handle without a ratchet with the possibility of tip rotation.
Laparoscopic graspers, otherwise known as bowel forceps, are a form of grasping instrument designed to safely manipulate delicate abdominal tissue during laparoscopic procedures. One of their main functions is to facilitate adequate access to the surgical site by holding bowel tissue clear of the operating field. Laparoscopic graspers are one of a range of standardized laparoscopic tools that differ from their conventional surgical counterparts in that they have an extended shaft or stylus in order that they can be maneuvered through incisions that are usually no larger than 5 mm during minimally invasive procedures.
The veress needle is a clinical medical device used for an abdominal puncture, which consists of a veress needle, a stylet, and a handle. veress needles have a variety of applications. Intraperitoneal chemotherapy using veress needle puncture. Simple thoracentesis with veress needle is simple and convenient, with a high success rate and few complications. Laparoscopic high ligation of inguinal hernia sac with thread veress needle has the advantages of small injury, concealed incision, quick recovery, short hospital stay, simple operation and definite curative effect.
The endo retrieval bag is intended for retrieving specimens from the cavities in endoscopic surgeries. 6 sizes of endo retrieval bag provide more options for different sizes of specimens. The bag is made of Medical grade non-toxic TPU material. The retriever bag could open automatically and smoothly easy to operate. Excellent performance of elasticity and intensity of the bag ensures reliable and convenient operation.
Ligation clip is a method of female sterilization performed to prevent pregnancy. In this procedure, a hinged or spring-loaded clip is attached to each fallopian tube, inhibiting blood flow and ovulation. This lowers the likelihood of fertilization. The advantages of a tubal ligation with clips include permanent and highly successful birth control that generally does not require further action. Clips usually do not need to be removed for the rest of the patient's life.
Mainly gynecologist instruments are vaginal speculum, d&c instruments set for dilation and curettage, uterine dilators, Auvard vaginal speculum, sim's double-ended vaginal speculum, doyen's retractor, Novak curettes, vagina retractor and speculums, obstetrical and tenaculum forceps, ovum and uterine polypus forceps, etc.