Surgeons in a laparoscopic surgery use the morcellator to cut and remove large masses of tissue from a small incision site. A laparoscopic surgery involves morcellating the gallbladder or kidney stones, into piece to be extracted. In a minimally invasive procedure, bulky specimens from the abdomen or any other part are removed. It is widely used in kidney, gall bladder, liver and other surgeries. Surgeons also use laparoscopic morcellator in hysterectomy and myomectomy. In comparison to a hysterectomy or myomectomy performed through an abdominal incision, laparoscopic surgeries minimize post-operative recovery time and infection risk.
Product Description :- Karl Storz Morcellator G2