What is disposable laparoscopic trocar
The disposable laparoscopic trocar is a versatile medical device that is usually inserted into a surgical patient through a hollow tube called a trocar. The disposable laparoscopic trocar serves to introduce three basic elements: illumination, a viewing scope and a surgical tool. Miniaturized modern laparoscopic trocar needles can accommodate all three or more.
The instruments, camera, and video imaging system should all be checked before starting the procedure to ensure that all wiring is properly connected and that all instruments are ready for use. This should be done half an hour prior to bringing the patient back to the operating room.
The surgeons involved in the laparoscopy will each have their preferred list of instruments. This may differ from the basic and advanced versions of the standard laparoscopy set.
The minimal basic set usually includes a disposable laparoscopic trocar, a pneumoperitoneum needle, a right-angle hook, a scraper, a 5 mm dissector, an electric scissors, a 10 mm Babcock jig, a cholangiography forceps, two atraumatic 5 mm graspers, a right - angle split, a ratchet grasper, a clamp applicator, and 0 and 30° 5 or 10 mm laparoscopes.
Advanced sets should include more disposable laparoscopic trocar, two needle holders, two 10 mm Babcock clips, a 10 mm right-angle dissector, micro scissors, sharp scissors, two or three atraumatic graspers, clip applicators (medium and large), Laparotie absorbable clips, a needle-nose grasper and harmonic scissors.
Laparotomy allows the surgeon to perform the procedure without making a large incision, resulting in faster healing. Its original use was primarily to relieve the pressure of accumulated body fluids or gases.
With modern advances in camera and video technology, components began to be miniaturized and miniaturized and were applied to design various surgical tools such as scissors, retractors and sutures, which could be easily attached or inserted into the disposable laparoscopic trocar. the trocar needle itself was not only miniaturized, but also advanced in functional design. Similar to a long metal syringe, most of them are equipped with flushing tubes and suction tubes, and thumb and index finger controls provide a greater range of tool manipulation. One of the techniques of laparoscopic surgery is to separate the abdominal organs to create a more spacious surgical space by filling the body cavity with carbon therefore, the disposable laparoscopic trocar has been redesigned as a completely sealed instrument.
Laparoscopic or "open" abdominal surgery is still necessary, but increasingly the disposable laparoscopic trocar allows surgery to be performed through an incision of less than 0.4 inches (1 cm). Most procedures require multiple disposable laparoscopic trocar through multiple locking incisions, some procedures involve multiple instruments, and some instruments require two-handed operation. However, there is a movement toward single-incision laparoscopic surgery, both in terms of technical miniaturization and design improvements.