To examine the interior of the abdominal or pelvic cavities during minimally invasive surgery, a laparoscopic camera is a piece of medical equipment.
It comprises of a short, thin tube called a laparoscope that is put into the body through a tiny incision and has a small, high-resolution camera affixed on the end. The camera transmits live video images to a monitor, giving the surgeon a clear view inside the body and enabling precise procedure execution.
Gynecologic, urologic, gastrointestinal, as well as some thoracic and cardiac surgeries frequently employ laparoscopy cameras.
Smaller incisions, less discomfort and scarring, quicker recovery times, and a lower risk of complications are just a few advantages they enjoy over conventional open operations. Also, because they are less intrusive, they may lower the possibility of infection and other post-operative problems.
Laparoscopy cameras have transformed numerous surgical procedures and are a crucial tool in contemporary surgery. They have significantly enhanced patient outcomes and are now a crucial component of many surgical procedures.
Global Laparoscopy camera market accounted for $XX Billion in 2022 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2024 to 2030.
The FDA has approved the improved Saberscope, the first true HD, fog-free, articulating single-use laparoscope in the world, according to Xenocor, a medical device firm based in Utah.
The Saberscope is a disposable 5mm camera with a 90-degree articulating tip and a cheap, portable, reusable Xenobox video processor that is intended to increase patient safety.
A new wireless laparoscopic swivel camera device from Ocutrx offers surgeons a 100-degree field of view, 4K resolution, and an unhindered rotating view. The camera extends on a multi-axis pivot support, and the camera subsystem rotates on the main barrel to provide a 360° roll.
The Gen II NUVIS Single-Use, 4K, Battery Powered Cordless Arthroscope has been released globally by Integrated Endoscopy.
The VISERA ELITE III Surgical Visualization Platform, developed by Olympus Corporation, offers a variety of imaging capabilities supported by a single system, enabling minimally invasive therapies like laparoscopic.
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