TROCAR SLEEVES 5,0MM, WITHOUT STOPCOCK

Trocar sleeves are important components used in minimally invasive surgical procedures, particularly those involving laparoscopy or thoracoscopy.

  1. Purpose: Trocar sleeves serve as sheaths through which surgical instruments are inserted into the body cavity during minimally invasive procedures. They provide a conduit for instruments such as laparoscopic graspers, scissors, and cameras, allowing surgeons to access and manipulate internal structures without the need for large incisions.
  2. Size: The Trocar Sleeve specified here has a diameter of 5.0mm. This measurement indicates the inner diameter of the sleeve, which determines the size of the instruments that can be inserted through it.
  3. Design: Trocar sleeves are typically cylindrical tubes with a tapered or bladed tip designed to facilitate insertion through the body wall with minimal trauma. The sleeve may feature multiple ports or openings along its length to accommodate various instruments. The absence of a stopcock indicates that this sleeve does not include a valve mechanism for controlling the flow of gas or fluid during the procedure.
  4. Material: Trocar sleeves are commonly made of medical-grade materials such as plastic or silicone, which are biocompatible and flexible yet sturdy enough to withstand surgical manipulation.
  5. Usage: Surgeons use Trocar Sleeves without Stopcock in laparoscopic and thoracoscopic procedures to establish access ports through the body wall. These sleeves are inserted into the body cavity through small incisions (trocar sites) and provide a stable entry point for the insertion of surgical instruments. They play a crucial role in maintaining pneumoperitoneum (in laparoscopy) or pneumothorax (in thoracoscopy) by sealing the incision around the sleeve to prevent gas leakage.
  6. Sterilization: Like all surgical instruments, Trocar Sleeves undergo thorough sterilization before each use to prevent infection and ensure patient safety. Sterilization methods may include autoclaving, chemical disinfection, or ethylene oxide gas sterilization.

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Trocar sleeves are important components used in minimally invasive surgical procedures, particularly those involving laparoscopy or thoracoscopy.

  1. Purpose: Trocar sleeves serve as sheaths through which surgical instruments are inserted into the body cavity during minimally invasive procedures. They provide a conduit for instruments such as laparoscopic graspers, scissors, and cameras, allowing surgeons to access and manipulate internal structures without the need for large incisions.
  2. Size: The Trocar Sleeve specified here has a diameter of 5.0mm. This measurement indicates the inner diameter of the sleeve, which determines the size of the instruments that can be inserted through it.
  3. Design: Trocar sleeves are typically cylindrical tubes with a tapered or bladed tip designed to facilitate insertion through the body wall with minimal trauma. The sleeve may feature multiple ports or openings along its length to accommodate various instruments. The absence of a stopcock indicates that this sleeve does not include a valve mechanism for controlling the flow of gas or fluid during the procedure.
  4. Material: Trocar sleeves are commonly made of medical-grade materials such as plastic or silicone, which are biocompatible and flexible yet sturdy enough to withstand surgical manipulation.
  5. Usage: Surgeons use Trocar Sleeves without Stopcock in laparoscopic and thoracoscopic procedures to establish access ports through the body wall. These sleeves are inserted into the body cavity through small incisions (trocar sites) and provide a stable entry point for the insertion of surgical instruments. They play a crucial role in maintaining pneumoperitoneum (in laparoscopy) or pneumothorax (in thoracoscopy) by sealing the incision around the sleeve to prevent gas leakage.
  6. Sterilization: Like all surgical instruments, Trocar Sleeves undergo thorough sterilization before each use to prevent infection and ensure patient safety. Sterilization methods may include autoclaving, chemical disinfection, or ethylene oxide gas sterilization.

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