Single Port Surgery Access Devices
The Olympus TriPort15 is a minimally invasive, multi-instrument access device designed to facilitate laparo-endoscopic single site (LESS) surgery. Certain laparoscopic procedures can be carried out via a single incision in the abdomen. The TriPort15 contains three instrument ports and two insufflation valves to support a range of three-instrument surgical procedures.
- Easy insertion and removal: The introducer tool is designed with a blunt tip allowing safe and easy introduction into the abdominal cavity through a single incision. The retraction sleeve provides wound protection and helps streamline specimen removal. It is self-adjusting to different incision lengths and accommodates abdominal wall thickness up to 10 cm.
- Flexible instrument ports: The flexible ports enhance access to the surgical site and accommodate different types and sizes of laparoscopic instruments, including straight, curved, and articulating. Duckbill/lipseal valves allow for the introduction and removal of instruments while maintaining pneumoperitoneum.
- Enhanced ports and smoke venting: The low intra-abdominal profile of the port and smoke-venting capability offer excellent visibility. The insufflation connector with stopcocks allows an easy attachment and the control of smoke evaluation.
Instrument Ports: Three instrument ports (two at 5 mm; one at 15 mm, reducible to 5 mm) enable standard three-instrument single-incision surgeries.
Gas-Tight Valves: The instrument ports are fitted with extra-tight duckbill valves to maintain pneumoperitoneum during the procedure; two insufflation/venting valves allow inflation of the abdominal cavity and smoke evacuation.
Internal Anchoring Ring: The internal anchoring ring stays flush against rhe abdominal wall for rapid visual access.
Removal Ribbon: A removal ribbon enables easy device removal.
Compatibility: The TriPort15 is compatible with HiQ LS Hand Instuments specifically designed for LESS surgery.
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