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Laparoscopy

The laparoscopic instruments market includes laparoscopes, access devices, hand instruments, insufflation devices, suction-irrigation devices, direct energy devices, ultrasonic energy devices, hand-assisted devices, closure devices, and gastric bands, powered morcellators, and female sterilization devices. Check out our laparoscopic instruments market report options below to learn more about how the number of laparoscopic procedure performed annually and is affecting the overall growth of the market.

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Laparoscopic Devices Procedure Volume Analysis | United States | 2020-2026 | MedPro

Since its inception, minimally invasive surgery has become increasingly advanced as more sophisticated technology continues to be developed in order to maximize the clinical benefits of this approach. Laparoscopy is the most popular form of minimally invasive surgery. This technique continues to gain traction as an increasing number of surgeons continue to recommend this approach based on its notable clinical benefits. Many procedures that have been traditionally performed using an open approach are now often performed using laparoscopy.

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Suction-Irrigation Devices Market Analysis | United States | 2020-2026 | MedCore

Suction-irrigation systems are used for releasing or removing fluids or other material during laparoscopic procedures. The system includes a valve or handle, tubing, a pump and various tips depending on its function during surgery. The attachments can be used for cutting, cauterizing, dissecting, retrieving specimens, excise loops or even smoke evacuation. Suction-irrigation devices manage fluids through valve manipulation. They are computer-driven devices that maintain a clear operative field and reduce the risk of surgical fluid overload. Excessive fluid absorption or overflow are an extreme risk for the patient, and thus suction-irrigation devices are essential for procedures where this may occur, such as cholecystectomies or gallbladder removal.

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Ultrasonic Devices Market Analysis | United States | 2020-2026 | MedCore

Ultrasonic devices use ultrasonic energy to cut and coagulate tissue. They can complement or replace vessel ligators, hemostatic clips and monopolar electrosurgical instruments. In contrast to devices such as lasers or electrocautery instruments that use heat from electrical energy to cauterize tissue, ultrasonic instruments convert electrical energy to mechanical energy in order to transect tissue. This conversion results in less charred tissue than in operations that use monopolar dissection. Less smoke from reduced tissue charring also benefits surgeons by providing them with a clearer view of the operative field. Depending on the indication, ultrasonic devices have quicker cutting times but slightly inferior vessel sealing capabilities than their direct energy counterparts.

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Laparoscopic Hand Instruments Market Analysis | United States | 2020-2026 | MedCore

Hand instruments are hand-held surgical tools commonly inserted into the patient’s body through access devices. They are usually 5 mm to 10 mm in diameter, and can be purchased in sizes as small as 2.3 mm. For the purpose of this report, only hand instruments above 3.5 mm in diameter will be discussed in this chapter. This chapter will cover only the most commonly used hand instruments, which include scissors, graspers and dissectors.

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Powered Morcellators Market Analysis | United States | 2017-2023 | MedCore

Laparoscopic morcellators are targeted towards three categories of minimally invasive surgery (MIS): general surgery, urology surgery and most commonly in gynecological surgery. Traditionally, laparoscopic resection devices are employed to excise malignant tissue masses from site of operation; however, with the reduction in the size of laparoscopic instruments used in MIS, removal of large-mass malignant tissues by way of small incisions can be cumbersome.

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Insufflation Devices Market Analysis | United States | 2020-2026 | MedCore

Insufflator systems are an essential component in laparoscopic surgeries that are performed in operating rooms. Insufflators are used for pumping carbon dioxide into the abdominal cavity to create a pneumoperitoneum in preparation for laparoscopic and hysteroscopic surgery. The pumping of the gas creates sufficient space within the abdominal cavity for insertion and manipulation of laparoscopic devices with an adequate optical field. Carbon dioxide is currently the insufflation gas of choice for laparoscopy because it fulfills most of the requirements for an ideal insufflation gas, namely being colorless, nonflammable and is rapidly excreted from circulation. Insufflators are found in many multi-specialty ORs, although insufflators are used infrequently in many of them. These devices are often packaged with video systems and are rarely sold alone. The market consists of veress needles, insufflators and insufflation tubing. The vast majority of laparoscopy procedures require insufflation.

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Laparoscopes Market Analysis | United States | 2020-2026 | MedCore

Laparoscopic surgery, which is also known as minimally invasive surgery (MIS), usually begins with the insertion of a laparoscope through a port of access, often at the site of the umbilicus or subxyphoid. Laparoscopes are essentially viewing tubes that are equipped with lights and small cameras. They transmit an image of the inside of the peritoneal cavity to allow surgeons to view and perform abdominal and pelvic surgery through single or multiple ports of access. They are commonly between
5 mm to 10 mm in diameter, and function as the surgeon’s eyes, making them necessary for every laparoscopic procedure. Laparoscopes are fully reusable devices, but, due to the complexity of their design, often break down and must be serviced or replaced.

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Gastric Bands Market Analysis | United States | 2020-2026 | MedCore

Until 1980, fewer than one in ten people were obese. Since then, incidence rates have doubled or tripled. Although growth rates have declined from their historic highs, bariatric surgery is still the fastest growing procedure in laparoscopy. Bariatric surgery, also known as metabolic surgery, is a surgical procedure that removes parts of the stomach or small intestine to induce weight loss. Gastric banding is the least invasive form of bariatric surgery, and is performed laparoscopically. The gastric band is an inflatable silicone band that is placed around the top exterior portion of the stomach. This placement reduces the size of the stomach pouch, thereby restricting the amount of food that the stomach can hold. The band also increases the amount of time required for food to enter the stomach, giving the opportunity for the sense of satiety to be met with the release of peptide YY.

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Hand-Assisted Devices Market Analysis | United States | 2017-2023 | MedCore

Hand-assisted devices are used mainly during hand-assisted laparoscopic surgery (HALS). HALS is a type of surgery that allows the surgeon to use his or her non-dominant hand through a hand port device in conjunction with standard laparoscopic instruments held in the dominant hand. With both the hand and laparoscopic instruments working in tandem, the surgeon has better control of the operation and has better depth perception and tactile sensation, which aids in tissue extraction and reduces operative time. This technique effectively reduces the level of difficulty associated with performing laparoscopic procedures as surgeons do not have to rely solely on the video image in order to manipulate their instruments. HALS is predominantly used during colectomies, nephrectomies, splenectomies and the resection of the large intestine, kidney and liver. This technique is usually employed on obese patients undergoing the aforementioned procedures, as it makes operating on larger patients significantly easier.

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Direct Energy Devices Market Analysis | United States | 2020-2026 | MedCore

Direct energy devices belong to a group of instruments in the electrosurgery sector that conduct high frequency alternating current through a patient’s body to generate heat energy. The circuit is composed of an electrosurgical generator, an active electrode, a patient and a patient return electrode. Commonly, these instruments can be differentiated as monopolar or bipolar and can be used for cutting, coagulating, desiccating or fulgurating tissue.

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Female Sterilization Devices Market Analysis | United States | 2020-2026 | MedCore

Female sterilization is a permanent form of birth control, requiring invasive surgery to reverse. Female sterilization prevents ova from coming down the fallopian tubes and blocks fertilization by sperm. There are a few ways to perform female sterilization, including tubal ligation, mechanical blockage with a clip or band, bipolar electrocoagulation or transcervical implants.

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Access Devices Market Analysis | United States | 2020-2026 | MedCore

Laparoscopic access devices are used for puncturing the body to allow a laparoscope, as well as other instruments, to be inserted into the abdominal cavity. Trocars are a particular type of access device that consists of three primary components, namely the cannula, the seal and the obturator. The cannula is a tube-shape shaft which is placed in the patient to allow access into the abdominal cavity during a laparoscopic procedure. The seal is located at the top of the cannula, and allows instruments to pass through the cannula while preventing air from escaping the abdominal cavity, thereby maintaining proper air pressure during the procedure. The obturator is the mechanism that allows the cannula to penetrate the abdomen, and together, these three components make up the trocar. Although veress needles, insufflator tubing, hand-assisted devices, and other components are also considered part of the access device market by some, this chapter addresses only trocars.

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Closure Devices Market Analysis | United States | 2020-2026 | MedCore

Closure devices are often used at the final stage of laparoscopic surgeries to manage wound closure. The market for closure devices encompasses staplers, endosuturing devices and clip appliers. staplers include an end-effector, a handle and a shaft. Staplers can be disposable (made of plastic) or reusable (made of titanium stainless steel), and can be used for both open and laparoscopic procedures. Laparoscopic staplers are normally longer and thinner in order to accommodate minimally invasive surgery. Endosuturing techniques are achieved via the “needle-thread” method of manual knotting. Compared to other methods of wound closure, endosutures ensure secure fastening of the tissue; however, knotting can sometimes be cumbersome for new surgeons. New devices in endosuturing will eliminate manual tying, offering a fast and accurate mechanical knotting system.

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Laparoscopic Devices Procedure Volume Analysis | Europe | 2020-2026 | MedPro

The full report suite on the Europe market for laparoscopic devices includes laparoscopes, access devices, hand instruments, insufflation devices, suction-irrigation systems, direct energy devices, ultrasonic energy devices, hand-assisted devices, closure devices, gastric bands and laparoscopic morcellators.

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Transcervical Female Sterilization Market Analysis | Europe | 2017-2023 | MedCore

Female sterilization is a permanent form of birth control, requiring invasive surgery to reverse. Female sterilization prevents ova from coming down the fallopian tubes and blocks fertilization by sperm. There are different procedures to perform female sterilization, including tubal ligation, mechanical blockage with a clip or band, bipolar electrocoagulation or transcervical implants. In this report, only the transcervical implant market is covered.

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Ultrasonic Devices Market Analysis | Europe | 2020-2026 | MedCore

Ultrasonic devices utilize ultrasonic energy to cut and coagulate tissue. They can complement or replace vessel ligators, hemostatic clips and monopolar electrosurgical instruments. In contrast to devices such as lasers or electrocautery instruments that use heat from electrical energy to cauterize tissue, ultrasonic instruments convert electrical energy to mechanical energy in order to transect tissue. This conversion results in less charred tissue than in operations that utilize monopolar dissection. Less smoke from reduced tissue charring also benefits surgeons by providing them with a clearer view of the operative field. Depending on the indication, ultrasonic devices have quicker cutting times and better vessel sealing capabilities than their direct energy counterparts.

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