Cook® Biodesign® Hiatal Hernia Graft
Restore strength and function
For complete and natural hiatal hernia repair, look no further than the Biodesign Hiatal Hernia Graft.
The graft is a scaffold that restores the crura’a strength and function and is not prone to the erosion into the oesophagus that synthetic mesh can cause. Following placement, Biodesign communicates with the tissue around it, signalling the body to restore itself.
When finished, it leaves behind healthy tissue that is strong enough to function normally
Cook® Laparoscopic Pelvic Retractor
The Laparoscopic Pelvic Retractor is used to retract lower abdominal, urogenital or other pelvic structures during laparoscopic abdominal and pelvic surgery.
Features and benefits:
- Stainless steel construction with matte metal finish reduces light reflection
- Can be sterilsed by steam autoclave
- Available in left and right orientations
- Is supplied non-sterile
Cook® Medical Biodesign® Parastomal Graft
Biodesign® Parastomal Graft provides long-term strength.
- Circular design
- Various sizes
- Intuitive pattern promotes ease of use
INKA™ SURGICAL LAPAROSCOPIC INSTRUMENTS
KLS Martin – marSeal5® Plus Sealing Instruments
marSeal5® plus – A new dimension in intelligent vessel sealing.
The marSeal5® plus rings in the new generation of bipolar sealing instruments from KLS Martin. It has been systematically refined and tailored to meet the needs of users in terms of ergonomics and the ease with which it can be taken apart and cleaned – yes, the hand piece is reusable.
The corresponding current – SealSafe® IQ is supplied by the high frequency generator maxium. Together, they form a bipolar sealing system that converts endogenous structural proteins like collagen and elastin in such a way that veins, arteries and tissue bundles are permanently and reliably sealed. By optimising the sealing process, sealing time is up to 25% faster. The marSeal5® plus system features an integrated blade (singlue use) that is used to cut through tissue in the centre of the sealing area immediately after sealing. All this without changing the instrument.
KLS Martin – maXium® Electrosurgery Generator
maXium® – the unit for all applications offering a wide range of precisely regulated currents, enabling you to choose between a great number of applications, such as monopolar and bipolar cutting and coagulation. Besides the standard current types PureCut and BlendCut, you have additional applicationspecific currents at your disposal.
- Easy handling – perfect result
- Plug and Play with IQ
- Maxi-display – maximum sight
- Always the appropriate current type at hand
- Perfect cutting results
- Preselection of medical discipline
KLS Martin marSeal5 Plus Maryland
Multi functionality meets re-usability and cost-efficiency.
Outstanding preparation and sealing performance are the hallmarks of the NEW reusable marSeal5 plus Maryland instrument. Consistently designed for the needs of users. The instrument allows, in addition to the sealing with subsequent tissue separation, finest preparations with minimal lateral thermal expansion. The associated current form of the HF generator maXium® measures the tissue resistance continuously and gives the user feedback as soon as the sealing process is completed. The instrument has a Plug & Play connector (IQ). The instrument is automatically recognized by the HF generator maXium® when plugged in.
Depending on the procedure, the marSeal5 plus Maryland is available with different working lengths.
- 37 cm for laparoscopic standard procedures
- 45 cm for obese patients*
- 20 cm for open interventions*
The marSeal5 plus Maryland offers a variety of uses.
*These lengths of the Maryland jaw will be available September 2019
Pall LaparoShield Laparoscopic Smoke Filtration System
The Risks of Surgical Smoke
- Surgical smoke is generated from the burning of proteins and lipids in tissue by laser and electrocautery equipment.
- Surgical smoke contains potentially hazardous chemicals, particles, viable cells and viruses.
The Pall LaparoShield allows safe and rapid evacuation of smoke throughout the surgical procedure.