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Calibrated and tested with supporting documentation/calibration/performance report prior to shipment. Units are tested using a calibrated ventilation device certifier. Unit includes rolling stand, breathing circuit support arm, air, and oxygen hose.
A trocar is a medical device used to access the abdominal cavity during laparoscopic surgery. It consists of a sharp, pointed tip that is inserted through the abdominal wall to create a hole for the insertion of other surgical instruments. Trocars are available in various sizes and shapes, depending on the procedure being performed. The most common type of trocar is the cannula, which is a hollow tube with a sharp tip. Other types of trocars include the blunt trocar, the blunt-tipped trocar, and the bladeless trocar.
The price range for trocar equipment varies widely depending on the type of equipment and the manufacturer. Cannulas, for example, can range from as little as $20 to over $1,000. Blunt trocars can range from $50 to over $2,000, while bladeless trocars can range from $500 to over $5,000. Manufacturers of trocar equipment include Olympus, Karl Storz, Richard Wolf, and Stryker. These companies offer a variety of trocar equipment, ranging from basic cannulas to more advanced bladeless trocars.