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Minimally Invasive Surgery
Every surgical procedure represents stress for the patient. That's why laparoscopy uses a minimally invasive surgical approach – because less invasive procedures usually mean shorter recovery times and less medication.  We want to help shape the future of laparoscopy. Motivated by our desire to explore new approaches in visualization, seal & cut solutions, instruments and new services.
Onvision is an Ultrasound based Needle Tip Tracking Technology for Peripheral Nerve Blocks that works exclusively with Xperius Ultrasound System and the dedicated Stimuplex Onvision needle. In real-time, Onvision accurately indicates where the needle tip is inside the body, in or out of plane. It helps users to align the needle with the probe in an intuitive and easy to use manner - for improved pain relief and the avoidance of unintended nerve puncture or collateral damage to surrounding tissue or vessels.Learn more about Onvision®
Caiman® 5 features a unique finely curved jaw design, providing uniform compression, resulting in one seal confidence. Distal tip articulation allows simplifying navigation in challenging anatomy and enhanced tip visualization.Learn more about AESCULAP® Caiman®
AESCULAP® has been actively involved in the development of laparoscopic instruments to meet your requirements. This, in combination with our quality standards, leads to the various product lines and solutions of AdTec® instruments.
The formation of surgical smoke while using HF-instruments is a common problem in open and laparoscopic surgery.  Our AESCULAP® Flow 50 insufflator offers an active smoke evacuation system to adress this issue.Learn more about CO2 insufflator Flow 50
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