Laparoscopic trocar evoshield
shielded bladewith insufflation tapwith sleeve

laparoscopic trocar
laparoscopic trocar
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Trocar type
shielded blade
with sleeve, with insufflation tap, single use


The EVOPORT Family of Endoscopic Trocars offers a selection of sterile single patient use access ports for endoscopic cameras and instruments that are defined by the characteristics of three different types of obturators designed specifically with patient safety, surgeon preference and endoscopic access technique in mind. All trocars are designed to provide maximum safety, less tissue trauma and greater stability. The choice of obturators include either a dilating tip automatic safety shielded tip, a bladeless conical tip, or optical conical tip, and combine with a detachable EVOSEAL universal sealing system and EVOSLEEVE radiolucent cannula, all with an integrated stability thread design, CO2 gas stopcock and universal luer lock connection to create your three trocar sets as required for safe access. The EVOPORT Trocars are available as 5.5 mm, 11 mm and/or 12 mm diameter in either 100 cm or 150 cm’s lengths. The benefits of using shielded trocars, particularly for the “blind” primary port, are well established amongst the laparoscopic surgical community. The EVOSHIELD Dilating Tip Auto Shield Trocar set comprises an obturator with sharp flat bilateral linear blade and retractable safety shield, the EVOSEAL universal seal and EVOSLEEVE cannula. Together this creates a trocar that, due to the limited exposure of the bilateral blades (1-2mm) and dilating feature of the obturator (creates a wound puncture of 3-6mm), provides both protection to internal viscera from potential injury after traditional insertion technique, and reduction of port size incision and requirement for fascial closure, reducing potential for port site hernia.


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