Surgical Compactor and Extractor
The Surgical Compactor and Extractor is a surgical tool for removing surgical specimens without creating a large incision. This device is applicable for robotic, laparoscopic, and thoracoscopic procedures.
The smaller incision produces better results for the patient by reducing healing time, reducing the need for opioid pain medications, shortening the length of a hospital stay, and a much quicker recovery. Hospitals will benefit from the money saved on surgery times and insurance claims.
PRODUCT FEATURES & BENEFITS
- Small incision required for surgery
- Less invasive surgery
- Specimen removed completely
- Decreased pain
- Decreased hospital stay
- Decreased cost to patient and hospital
- No opioid regimen required
- Quicker recovery
- Shorter period of convalescence
- Lower cost for insurance
The Surgical Compactor and Extractor is a new medical device for removing large surgical specimens using a laparoscopic procedure. It is constructed of a compaction mechanism, suction tubing and a suction mechanism. Large surgical specimens can be removed with minimally invasive incisions, resulting in a decrease in post-operative pain.
The compaction mechanism is a series of collapsible limbs inserted through a port site in either the abdominal or thoracic cavity. Once in place, the limbs unfold into a circular shape capable of surrounding and enclosing the entire surgical specimen. During compaction, fluid is siphoned off of the specimen, sealing and containing all tissue and fluid within it walls, thus preventing seeding of cancerous cells to the thoracic or abdominal wall. This procedure decreases its size even more, allowing it to be withdrawn back through the incision.
Disposable/limited life medical device that creates recurring revenue for the manufacturer
Decrease in the size of the surgical site
Decrease in opioid requirements
Decrease in length of hospital stay
Decrease in time to complete patent convalescence
Increased hospital profitability
Decrease in the number of claims filed by insurance companies
The Surgical Compactor and Extractor is applicable for robotic, laparoscopic, and thoracoscopic procedures, including, but not limited to, the retrieval of large surgical specimens, such as an enlarged uterus, large renal masses, prostates, large lung masses, and more.
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The medical field is in an era of highly-advanced laparoscopic and robotic technology, and this new innovation will be well-received.
The Surgical Compactor and Extractor is covered by United States Utility Patent: 10,219,820
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