“Open” system distal insufflation with no-occlusive trocar
May lower the risk of CO2 embolism
May lower risk of intraluminal clot
A dissector rod with an atraumatic conical tip, centering rings, and CO2 delivered at the tip
Centering rings allow the clinician to monitor the location of the dissection cone tip relative to the vessel during dissection
Unique wiper to clean the endoscope lens
One wiper activation immediately improves visibility
Allows cleaning in the tunnel without the need for additional fluid
A harvester rod with V-keeper, V-lock and V-cutter
Targeted, low energy during cauterizing and cutting of branches.
Quick ease and control of branch tautness.
The V-keeper holds down the vessel to protect it and minimize potential damage during cauterization.
The V-lock mechanism secures the vessel in place during the harvesting and transsection of the branches. It ensures that all the branches are cauterized and cut prior to removing the harvester rod from the leg or arm.
The V-cutter is a simple cut-and-coagulate mechanism employing targeted low energy. It provides both functions in one easy step.
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