EndoWrist® Vessel Sealer

The fully wristed EndoWrist Vessel Sealer has enabled an optimized approach for the sealing and cutting of vessels and tissue bundles. Its dexterity and precision provide GYN surgeons with uncompromised access and control around patient anatomy.


Uterine Artery Transection with the da Vinci Xi Vessel Sealer

Kenneth H. Kim, MD, of University of Alabama Birmingham Hospital, demonstrates how to use the EndoWrist Vessel Sealer during a benign hysterectomy for an efficient uterine artery transection.

 

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Product Brochure – DA VINCI SI® Vessel Sealer

The da Vinci Si EndoWrist Vessel Sealer’s dexterity and precision provide GYN surgeons with uncompromised access and control around patient anatomy, enabling the accurate sealing and cutting of vessels and tissue bundles.

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da Vinci Si Vessel Sealer for Gynecological Surgery

The da Vinci Si EndoWrist One Vessel Sealer boasts fully-wristed articulation and low outer jaw temperature while sealing and transecting vessels. This white paper includes profiles of three GYN surgeons who have adopted the instrument into their surgical choreography.

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Salpingectomy with the da Vinci Xi Vessel Sealer

During this short video clip, Kenneth H. Kim, MD, of University of Alabama Birmingham Hospital, showcases the multifunctional Vessel Sealer’s ability to seal, cut, and retract while performing a salpingectomy during a benign hysterectomy.

 


Uterine Artery Transection with the da Vinci Si® Vessel Sealer

Charles E. Miller, MD, of the Advocate Lutheran General Hospital, demonstrates his approach to transecting the uterine artery in a reduced port procedure using the da Vinci Si Vessel Sealer.

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