Laparoscopy is a surgical technique that offers numerous benefits over traditional open surgeries, making it a preferred choice for both patients and surgeons.
High variety of our laparoscopy instruments
To perform a laparoscopic procedure successfully, various specialized instruments are required. At Gimmi, you can find a wide range of special instruments. Their quality, compatibility, and proper handling are crucial for achieving optimal surgical outcomes and patient safety.
- Veress Needle: The Veress needle is a specialized needle used in laparoscopic procedures to create a pneumoperitoneum, which is the inflation of the abdominal cavity with carbon dioxide gas. It is inserted through a small incision and allows for the introduction of the gas to create the necessary working space for the surgery.
- Trocar Systems: Trocar systems consist of various components, including trocar bodies, systems, sleeves and reducers. Trocars are sharp, pointed instruments used to create the initial entry point into the abdomen. The trocar systems provide a pathway for the insertion of other laparoscopic instruments.
- Endoscopes: Endoscopes are long, rigid tubes with a light source and camera attached to their end. They are inserted through one of the small incisions to provide visualization of the surgical site. The camera captures the images, which are transmitted to a monitor, allowing the surgeon to view the procedure in real-time.
- Fiber Optic Light Cables: Fiber optic light cables are used to transmit light from an external light source to illuminate the surgical field during laparoscopic procedures. The cables are flexible and transmit light through optical fibers, ensuring proper illumination for enhanced visibility.
- Optic Light Cable Tester: An optic light cable tester is a device used to check the functionality and integrity of fiber optic light cables. It ensures that the cables are properly transmitting light, which is essential for maintaining optimal illumination during laparoscopic procedures.
- Monopolar Instrument Systems: Monopolar instrument systems consist of handles and forceps designed for laparoscopic procedures. These instruments use monopolar energy to perform cutting, coagulation, and cauterization of tissues. The handles provide control and actuation of the forceps.
- Bipolar Instrument Systems: Bipolar instrument systems include forceps, handles, sheaths, and scissors. These instruments use bipolar energy to perform precise tissue dissection, coagulation, and sealing. Bipolar instruments are commonly used in delicate procedures where fine control and precise tissue manipulation is required.
- Suction and Irrigation instruments: Suction and irrigation instruments are used to remove fluids and debris from the surgical field during laparoscopic procedures. They include silicone suction tubes, trumpet valves, and various handle types to facilitate effective suction and irrigation.
- Monopolar and Bipolar Electrodes: Monopolar and bipolar electrodes are specialized tips that can be attached to monopolar or bipolar instrument systems, respectively. The exchangeable tips allow for versatility and customization based on the procedure requirements.
- HF-Cables: HF-cables, also known as high-frequency cables, are connecting cables that transmit electrical energy from a generator to the laparoscopic instruments. They provide the necessary energy for the monopolar and bipolar instruments to perform cutting, coagulation, and other functions.
Benefits of our Laparoscopy instruments
Due to laparoscopy, surgeries require smaller incisions compared o open surgeries. Patients benefit from faster recovery time, a reduced risk of infection and improved cosmetic outcomes. Our laparoscopy instruments offer additionally:
- Increased efficiency
- Enhanced patient safety