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Minimally Invasive Surgery​

Minimally invasive surgery for a faster recovery​

Every surgical procedure represents stress for the patient. That's why laparoscopy uses a minimally invasive surgical approach – because less invasive procedures usually mean shorter recovery times and less medication. [1] We want to help shape the future of laparoscopy. Motivated by our desire to explore new approaches in visualization, seal & cut solutions, instruments and new services.

Surgeons in the OR with EinsteinVision® camera system

Side-by-side with laparoscopic surgeons​

Working precisely and safe with quality products

B. Braun eases the work of the laparascopic surgeon, puts the patient in the center of attention and streamlines the process and cost management for the hospital – with products and services that set standards in modern minimally invasive surgery.

Caiman® articulating maryland jaw
AdTec® instruments for laparoscopic procedures
Flow 50 insufflator for open and laparoscopic procedures

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Surgical asset & supply management

New standards in sterile processing and operating room supply.

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  1. Cho HJ, Kim WR, Kim JW. A comparative study between open versus laparoscopic Hartmann reversal: A single-center experience and analysis. Medicine (Baltimore). 2021 Nov 24;100(47):e27976. DOI: 10.1097/MD.0000000000027976.
  2. Eick, S., Loudermilk, B., Walberg, E. et al. Rationale, bench testing and in vivo evaluation of a novel 5 mm laparoscopic vessel sealing device with homogeneous  ressure distribution in long instrument jaws. Ann Surg Innov Res 7, 15 (2013).
  3. Aaron C. Voegele, Donna L. Korvick, Mario Gutierrez et al. Perpendicular blood vessel seals are stronger than those made at an angle. Journal of Laparoendoscopic & Advanced Surgical Techniques. Aug 2013.669-672.
  4. Kameyama, H., Otani, T., Yamazaki, T. et al. Comparison of surgical smoke between open surgery and laparoscopic surgery for colorectal disease in the COVID-19 era. Surg Endosc 36, 1243–1250 (2022).