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Uniquely designed for precision and control

Whatever your surgical speciality, our bladeless trocars will meet your clinical needs by creating and maintaining port entry in a variety of endoscopic procedures.1

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Efficacy, simplicity, flexibility

The VersaOne™ bladeless trocar benefits from an enhanced flat-seal system with a selfcentring mechanism, which allows for fast and easy instrument exchange.2

It also features a unique ‘dolphin-nose’ tip, ergonomic design and proprietary ribbed cannula.

Available in a variety of configurations, the VersaOne™ bladeless trocar is flexible to suit different patients and procedures. 

  • 1. VersaOne™ Bladeless Trocar. Instructions for Use.

  • 2. Internal test report #2143-123. March 2013.

  • 3. Internal test report #2143-114. March 2013.

  • 4. VersaOne™ Bladeless Trocar 5mm. Instructions for Use.

  • 5. VersaOne™ Bladeless Trocar 10–12mm. Instructions for Use.

  • 6. VersaOne™ Bladeless Trocar 15mm. Instructions for Use.

  • 7. Rothenburg SS, DeCou JM, Downey EC et al. A clinical evaluation of the use of radially expandable laparoscopic access devices in the pediatric population. Presented at the International Pediatric Endoscopy Group (IPEG) Meeting, Berlin, Germany. April 1999.

  • 8. Galen DI, Jacobson A, Weckstein LN et al. Reduction of cannula-related laparoscopic complications using a radially expanding access device. J Am Assoc Gynecol Laparosc. 1999;1:79–84.

  • 9. Bhoyrul S, Mori T, Way LW. Radially expanding dilatation: A superior method of laparoscopic trocar access. Surg Endosc. 1996;10:795–798.

  • 10. Johnson WH, Fecher AM, McMahon RL et al. VersaStep trocar hernia rate in unclosed fascial defects in bariatric patients. Surg Endosc. 2006;20:1584–1586. 

  • 11. Yuen PM, Yim SF. Comparison of radially expanding cannulas with conventional tip cutting tip cannulas. J Am Assoc Gynec Laparosc. 1998;5(Suppl 1):S59–60.

  • 12. M Shafer, D & Khajanchee, Yashodhan & Wong, J & Swanstrom, Lee. (2006). Comparison of Five Different Abdominal Access Trocar Systems: Analysis of Insertion Force, Removal Force, and Defect Size. Surgical innovation. 13. 183-9. 10.1177/1553350606294247.

  • 13. Turner DJ. Presented at the 8th Congress of European Society for Clinical Outcomes Gynaecological Endoscopy, Stockholm, Sweden. Presentation #26. September 1999.

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