Bladeless Crown trocar
The bladeless Trocar minimises abdominal wall and vessel trauma. The bladeless tip separates rather than cuts along tissue fibres.
Bladed Crown Trocar
The bladed Trocar is a sharp blade for cutting through tissue housed within a bladeless tip.
The outer sheath acts as a shield to protect the blade when not in use. Upon entry into a free space in the abdominal cavity, the shield advances to cover the blade reducing
potential for injury to internal structures.
Optical Crown Trocar
Bladeless optical tip eliminates blind entry and offers visualisation to deliver clear tissue identification on the first entry of the tissue layer.