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A laparoscopy is the kind of surgery that checks for problems in the abdomen or a woman’s reproductive system. Laparoscopy is known as minimally invasive surgery. It allows shorter hospital stays, faster recovery, less pain, and more minor scars than traditional (open) surgery.

Other names: diagnostic laparoscopy, laparoscopic surgery

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There are particular surgical instruments used in laparoscopic surgery, including obstetrical forceps, scissors, probes, dissectors, hooks, and more. The basic kit that’s essential for any laparo-endoscopic procedure consists of surgical instruments, endoscope, camera, light source, video monitor, insufflator, and trocars. However, there’s a wide variety of each.

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The combination of disposable and reusable instruments is used during most laparoscopic procedures. Disposable trocars and scissors are often used, whereas reusable instruments are graspers, needle drivers, and more. Commonly used laparoscopic instruments include the below:

Uterine Manipulators

They are used in uterine positioning and to enlarge the operating space. Some are reusable, while others are disposable.

Veress Needle

This is a uniquely designed needle used to achieve pneumoperitoneum while performing closed laparoscopy. It is available in a disposable and reusable form, 12cm or a 15cm length.

Trocars or Cannulas

These are used to create tiny passageways through the abdominal wall and are available in different textures. Disposable and reusable trocars of various sizes are available and share the following standard parts:

  • Sharp tips penetrate the abdominal wall while blunt ends stretch the tissues apart to access the peritoneal cavity.
  • The sleeve is the working channel; trocar sleeves can have textures on the outer surface of the trocar that provides anchorage to the walls of the abdomen. Others may have an internal inflatable balloon at the tip and a plastic or rubber ring to provide support.
  • Valve: the different valve systems mainly prevent gas leaking from trocars and allow one to insert instruments.
  • Side port: Most trocars are accompanied by a side port that allows smoke evacuation.

Laparoscopes

The telescopes used in the laparoscopy procedure come in sizes ranging from 2mm to 12mm. The 10mm size is the most commonly used in gynecology. It is helpful if a less-experienced assistant is available for the procedure. Each purchased laparoscope typically has an engraved number by the eyepiece that specifies the viewing angle.

Non-Energy Devices

Most laparoscopic instruments may offer only four degrees of freedom of movement: in/out, up/down, left/right, and rotation. The graspers and scissors typically come with an insulated sheath, a centralized working device, a handle, and a rotating capability at the working end.

The Myoma screws are usually in the shape of a probe with a corkscrew tip. They are frequently used during myomectomy.

Energy Devices

Energy sources include monopolar, bipolar, harmonic, combined, morcellator devices, and advanced bipolar. Most of the time, monopolar devices are used in endometriosis resection procedures and incising the vaginal cuff during laparoscopic hysterectomy. The various monopolar hooks and spatula are available, and most of the scissors are connected to a monopolar lead.

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