The disposable laparoscopic stapler is used for suturing the inner wall tissue of the incision after laparoscopic surgery, and can simultaneously close the three layers of fascia, peritoneum and muscle at one time.
As the development of endoscopic minimally invasive surgery is becoming more and more common, as long as the operation conditions permit, the basic minimally invasive will choose minimally invasive, so the departments that us it are also more extensive.
The department that mainly uses disposable laparoscopic staplers is general surgery. At present, the hospital has a finer division. The specific use is basically in gastrointestinal surgery, hepatobiliary surgery, colorectal surgery, and urology, gynecology and other departments. Different hospitals have different divisions. And the principle is that almost all departments carrying out laparoscopic surgery can be used.
The disposable laparoscopic stapler has a simple operation method, which provides convenience for doctors to suture the incision after laparoscopy. At the same time, it can effectively reduce the complications of poking holes after endoscopic surgery, and it can be sutured from the inside out to achieve a 1cm fascia gathering margin, which meets the international suture standard.
Advantages of Disposable Laparoscopic Stapler:
1. Special closure of 10-15mm endoscopic puncture hole can achieve the same suture effect regardless of fat or thin patients.
2. The uniform fixed suture guide channel can make each suture completely consistent and achieve the effect of 1 cm fascia retraction.
3. With the suture from the inside to the outside, the needle notch does not need any assistance, and the suture can be withdrawn automatically, which save time and effort in clinical operation.
4. The movable wing plate can control the insertion depth of the push needle, and effectively isolate the abdominal wall, so that there is no downward pressure during the penetration of the trocar, maintain the pneumoperitoneum, and effectively control the risk.
5. The working mode of "pushing down to open, and lifting up to close the wing" is in line with people's operating habits.