CLICKLINE Parenchymal Forceps
For easier circumnavigation of vessels and bronchi in the hilum of the lung
Both CLICKLINE parenchymal forceps are ideally suited for delicate anatomical segment resections and lobectomies in lung surgery as the geometry of the clamp is designed to allow safe dissection or circumnavigation of vessels or bronchi in the hilum of the lung. The double curved jaws and their position in relation to the sheath axis leads the instrument tip safely around the rear wall of vessels or bronchi when the sheath is rotated. These can then be sutured, ligated, clipped or closed using clip sutures and transected.
- Slender jaws for dissection of vessels and bronchi
- Double curved jaws allow circumnavigation of vessels
- 2-part dismantling instruments fulfil the highest hygiene demands while offering the best possible variability
EndoCAMeleon® HOPKINS® Telescope
Adjustable in Every Aspect
The variable direction of view 0° – 120° allows adjustment of the viewing direction to any OR situation. This allows ideal display of the OR site during video-assisted thoracoscopic surgery.
- HOPKINS® telescope with rod lens system and a rigid 10 mm sheath
- The variable direction of view helps prevent “levering” in the intercostal space
- Optical control during trocar placement
- Visual inspection during placement of stapler jaws
Basic Set for Rigid Bronchoscopy
Rigid bronchoscopy is often employed in interventions such as foreign body removal and the placement of stents as the large working channel allows work with a wide range of instruments. This is particularly essential for the management of complications such as, for example, massive hemorrhage.
For these indications, rigid bronchoscopy offers the following advantages:
- Optimal vision
- Large-scale biopsies
- Good suction possibilities
- Respiration possible
The specially designed telescope guide sheath, which is firmly locked onto the universal bronchoscope, simplifies camera-guided intubation and protects against rod lens breakage. This guarantees a constant view of the distal end of the bronchoscope.