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Laparoscopic linear cutting stapler and components

    Laparoscopic linear cutting stapler and components, also called manual straight stapler.

    The stapler is the world’s first suture device. It has been used for gastrointestinal anastomosis for nearly a century. It was not until 1978 that the tubular stapler was widely used in gastrointestinal surgery. It is generally divided into one-time or multiple-use staplers, imported or domestic staplers.

    It is an alternative to traditional manual suture equipment used in medicine. Due to the development of modern science and technology and the improvement of production technology, the stapler used clinically is of reliable quality, easy to use, tight, and elastic, especially its fast suture, easy operation, and few side effects and surgical complications. It also enables tumor surgery that could not be removed in the past to remove the lesion.

Product Features

  • A disposable cartridge makes reloading much easier.

        Overlength instrument, 360 degrees rotating, which can meet the demands of variety surgeries, and decrease the patient’s trauma.

  • Disposable knife blade, much safer.
  • Endoscopic linear stapler with intelligent unequal stapling technology.
  • GSTTMTechnology(Guiding Staple Technology); New spindle socket provides an arched wall to the staple to ensure an excellent”B” formation.
  • External and internal insurance, feedback function.
  • The handle and firing knob are both with optimized ergonomic design.
  • New reinforced pre-clamping design, comfortable tissue compression.

Indications

  • Gastrointestinal Surgery

    Laparoscopic gastrectomy

    LGBP

    Laparoscopic resection of the colon

    Laparoscopic lower anterior resection

  • Thoracic Surgery

    Thoracoscopic pulmonary bulla resection

    Thoracoscopic lobotomy

    Thoracoscopic pneumonectomy

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