Applied Medical Kii Family

Enhanced Visualization:
– Provides superior visualization during entry and establishment of pneumoperitoneum

Minimal Fascial Defect:
– Offers true non-bladed access and separates, rather than cuts, tissue along natural fiber lines

Rapid Desufflation and Specimen Removal:
– Allows simple seal detachment for versatility during specimen removal and rapid desufflation capability & Features deep funneled entry for smooth instrument exchanges

Superior Abdominal Wall Retention:
– Maintains sleeve position in the abdomen to eliminate unintentional forward migration
Features non-latex balloon to secure the trocar in place during instrument exchanges

Stable Anchoring:
– Maintains stability throughout lengthy procedures and facilitates resumption of laparoscopic surgery after specimen removal

Trocar Standardization:
– Allows hospitals to consolidate inventory by providing the benefits of both smooth and threaded trocars

Enhanced Instrument Articulation:
– Accommodates varying abdominal wall thicknesses while maintaining pneumoperitoneum

Maximum Instrument Reach:
– Features optional suture ties, facilitating trocar advancement and port-site closure

Minimal Cannula Depth, Maximum Visibility:
– Ensures minimal intrusion into the abdomen, maximizing intra-abdominal working space
Facilitates wide-angle visibility for laparoscopes

Stable Anchoring:
– Maintains stability throughout lengthy procedures and facilitates resumption of laparoscopic surgery after specimen removal

Tamponade Effect:
– Provides pressure on the incision site, potentially reducing port-site bleeding

Low-profile shielded flat blade design for smooth entry with low insertion force

Clear Indication of Shield Position:
– Allows surgeons to quickly assess the shield’s position