Procedures Videos

EndoGrab for Gall Bladder Retraction During Cholecystectomy

Retracting the gallbladder cephalad by grasping at the fundus and anchoring anterior to the right lobe of the liver. In this video the procedure is preformed through a single incision.

EndoGrab for Gallbladder Retraction During Cholecystectomy [2]

Near the end of the dissection, the EndoGrab is moved to the edge of the liver. Thus, when dissection of the gallbladder from the liver bed is completed, the liver bed remains conveniently exposed and accessible for inspection and cauterization as needed.

EndoGrab for Mesocolon Retraction During Right Hemicolectomy

EndoGrab is used on various locations on the posterior peritoneum and mesocolon to achieve optimal exposure and sustain traction for dissection during mobilization of the colon.

By Dr. Hirano, Fukui Prefecture Hospital, Fukui, Japan

EndoGrab for Sigmoid and Mesocolon Retraction During Sigmoidectomy

EndoGrab used to retract sigmoid and meso to provide traction during vessel division and to achieve a good exposure of the rectovaginal space.

EndoGrabs for Uterus Retraction During Sigmoidectomy

Two EndoGrabs are used to lift the uterus, to achieve optimal visualization of the rectovaginal space.

EndoGrab for Uterus Retraction During Sigmoidectomy

In this video the uterus is lifted with just one EndoGrab, to achieve optimal visualization of the rectovaginal space. Also shown are additional retractions for the ovaries.

EndoGrab for Retraction During Robotic Hysterectomy

EndoGrab used to perform retraction during a robotic-laparoscopic hysterectomy.

EndoLift for Liver Retraction During Gastric Resection

The EndoLift is first attached to the right of the falciform ligament and then lateral to the esophagogastric junction, anterior to the stomach fundus, to achieve optimal visualization for the Local Resection for Gastrointestinal stromal tumor (GIST).

By Atsushi Iida, Tohru Mikoshiba, Katsuji Sawai and Akio Yamaguchi Gastroentrological Surgery, University of Fukui, Japan

EndoLift for Liver Retraction During Sleeve Gastrectomy

Following the initial setup, the EndoLift is repositioned to improve exposure by moving the first clip from under the left lobe of the liver and above the stomach fundus, to an anchoring site more left-lateral and behind the edge of the liver.

EndoLift for Liver Retraction During Sleeve Gastrectomy [2]

The EndoLift is first attached adjacent to the esophageal hiatus and then beyond the falciform ligament to achieve optimal visualization.

EndoLift for Liver Retraction During Gastric Bypass

The EndoLift is first attached close to the esophagogastric junction and then beyond the falciform ligament, to achieve optimal visualization.

EndoLift for Liver Retraction & EndoGrab for Stomach Retraction During Total Gastrectomy

The EndoLift is first attached to the right of the falciform ligament and then lateral to the esophagogastric junction, anterior to the stomach fundus, to achieve optimal visualization. Then the EndoGrab is applied on the stomach body for traction and exposure of the posterior side during dissection.

By Dr. Kameyama, International Goodwill Hospital, Yokohama, Japan

EndoLift for Liver Retraction & EndoGrab for Greater Omentum Retraction During Gastric Banding

First an EndoLift is applied to support the liver. Then an EndoGrab is used to retract the greater omentum to the patient's left and caudad to achieve optimal visualization of the stomach body and fundus.

EndoGrab, EndoLift and EndoClear during Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass

All three products at use in one procedure.

 
 
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