Tri-Staple™ technology reloads are designed to work in harmony with the natural properties of tissue to optimize performance before, during and after stapling. With its stepped cartridge face, Tri-Staple™ technology delivers graduated compression, optimizing interaction between the tissue and stapler because it:
Tri-Staple™ technology improves staple line strength, leak resistance and hemostasis when compared to the universal reloads.([FOOTNOTE=Covidien Bench Top Testing. Tyvek Pull Apart Testing, In-Vitro Leak Comparison and In-Vivo Leak Comparison Test.],[ANCHOR=],[LINK=])
Stress on tissue may cause damage. Damage may be seen as bruising or tearing of tissue. Tri-Staple™ was built with this in mind. The unique stepped cartridge face and progressive staple heights reduce stress on tissue during compression and clamping.
Stapling that promotes proper perfusion is important for the tissue healing process. Tri-Staple™ technology allows more blood to the actual staple due to its stepped cartridge face and progressive staple height.
Tri-Staple™ technology reloads are indicated for the broadest tissue range of any stapling reload. This means that not only are Tri-Staple™ reloads useful in the most challenging of tissue applications, but the task of reload selection is simplified and more forgiving.
Tri-Staple™ 2.0 reloads are equipped with a computer chip that can communicate information during your procedure. When Signia™ and Tri-Staple™ 2.0 are combined you will receive information on the Signia™ screen before, during & after you fire, to help support clinical decision making.([FOOTNOTE=Based on PT00002451 Signia™ Stapler User Manual, Page 13.],[ANCHOR=],[LINK=])
Tri-Staple™ Speciality reloads are designed to help you address procedurally specific challenges. All including Tri-Staple™ 2.0 technology for real-time feedback, the Curved Tip, Black, 30 mm, Reinforced and Radial reloads are all designed to work with both our Manual and Signia™ handles.
† Pre-Clinical results may not correlate with clinical performance in humans.
‡ Compared to flat-faced cartridges with single-height staples.