TROCAR STOP WITH THREAD 5,5MM

The Trocar Stop with Thread is a medical instrument used in various surgical procedures, particularly in minimally invasive surgeries where trocars are utilized.

  1. Purpose: The Trocar Stop with Thread is designed to secure trocars in place during minimally invasive surgical procedures. Trocars are sharp instruments used to puncture the body wall to create access ports for the introduction of surgical instruments or cameras.
  2. Size: The Trocar Stop typically has a diameter of 5.5mm, which corresponds to the size of the trocar it is designed to accompany. The length can vary but is generally sufficient to cover the length of the trocar’s sleeve.
  3. Design: The Trocar Stop is usually a cylindrical or conical device with an inner diameter matching the outer diameter of the trocar sleeve. It is equipped with a thread or groove around its circumference to allow for secure attachment to the trocar housing. This thread ensures that the Trocar Stop remains firmly in place once it is screwed onto the trocar.
  4. Material: Trocar Stops are typically made of durable and lightweight materials such as plastic or metal, which are compatible with medical use and capable of withstanding the forces encountered during surgical procedures.
  5. Usage: During a minimally invasive surgical procedure, the Trocar Stop is placed at the distal end of the trocar sleeve and secured in place by threading it onto the trocar housing. Once in position, it prevents the trocar from unintentionally sliding out of the body wall, ensuring that the access port remains stable throughout the procedure. This stability is crucial for maintaining a clear surgical field and preventing injury to surrounding tissues.
  6. Sterilization: Like all surgical instruments, Trocar Stops 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.

Description

The Trocar Stop with Thread is a medical instrument used in various surgical procedures, particularly in minimally invasive surgeries where trocars are utilized.

  1. Purpose: The Trocar Stop with Thread is designed to secure trocars in place during minimally invasive surgical procedures. Trocars are sharp instruments used to puncture the body wall to create access ports for the introduction of surgical instruments or cameras.
  2. Size: The Trocar Stop typically has a diameter of 5.5mm, which corresponds to the size of the trocar it is designed to accompany. The length can vary but is generally sufficient to cover the length of the trocar’s sleeve.
  3. Design: The Trocar Stop is usually a cylindrical or conical device with an inner diameter matching the outer diameter of the trocar sleeve. It is equipped with a thread or groove around its circumference to allow for secure attachment to the trocar housing. This thread ensures that the Trocar Stop remains firmly in place once it is screwed onto the trocar.
  4. Material: Trocar Stops are typically made of durable and lightweight materials such as plastic or metal, which are compatible with medical use and capable of withstanding the forces encountered during surgical procedures.
  5. Usage: During a minimally invasive surgical procedure, the Trocar Stop is placed at the distal end of the trocar sleeve and secured in place by threading it onto the trocar housing. Once in position, it prevents the trocar from unintentionally sliding out of the body wall, ensuring that the access port remains stable throughout the procedure. This stability is crucial for maintaining a clear surgical field and preventing injury to surrounding tissues.
  6. Sterilization: Like all surgical instruments, Trocar Stops 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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