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Endomechanicals medical equipment refers to a range of specialized devices used in minimally invasive surgical procedures. These instruments are designed to be inserted through small incisions or natural body openings, allowing surgeons to perform complex procedures with minimal trauma to the patient. Endomechanicals are commonly used in various surgical fields, including gynecology, urology, orthopedics, and general surgery.
One of the key uses of endomechanicals is in laparoscopic surgeries, where they enable surgeons to access and manipulate organs and tissues through small incisions. These instruments typically include trocars, graspers, scissors, dissectors, and staplers, among others. Endomechanicals also play a vital role in robotic-assisted surgeries, where they are integrated with robotic systems, enhancing precision and control during procedures.
The price range for endomechanicals can vary significantly based on the complexity of the device and the manufacturer. Basic instruments, such as trocars and graspers, can range from $100 to $500 per piece. More advanced instruments, like robotic surgical systems, can cost several hundred thousand dollars. Additionally, disposable components, such as staplers or needle drivers, may be priced individually or as part of a package.
Several well-known manufacturers dominate the endomechanicals medical equipment space. Some of the prominent companies include Medtronic, Johnson & Johnson (through their subsidiary Ethicon), Stryker Corporation, Olympus Corporation, and Intuitive Surgical. These manufacturers have a wide range of products catering to different surgical specialties and are constantly innovating to improve the functionality and efficiency of endomechanicals.