CSC-KOL® Intraluminal Stapler for Single Use
Innovation in low colorectal anastomosis with transanal control
- Double housing volume
- Traction holes
- Power cut blade
- Adjustable staple height
- ASL – Built-in Automatic Safety Lock prevents accidental mis-firing
- Adjustable staple closure height ranging from 1 mm to 2.5 mm
Technique for a real Transanal End-to-End Anastomosis
Transanally suture the distal staple line
- Firstly stitch the left end of the staple line. Suture another three or four points until the right end of the staple line. (Fig. 1)
- Pull the two groups of sutures into the right and left traction holes separately, by using the suture threader. (Fig. 2)
- Close the stapler into the green zone, while pulling the staple line into the housing and fire the stapler.
- Check the specimen to make sure the complete resection of the distal staple line.
The picture shows the benefits of a real transanal anastomosis without intersecting margins (dog ears) and crossings of staple lines, reducing the risk of leakages and stenosis. (Fig. 3)