Multiport Robotic Procedures
With today’s advances in robotic surgery, robotic surgeons should not be limited by the use of traditional, rigid laparoscopic suction irrigation (S/I) systems in their robotic procedures. Rigid S/I cannulas may not be able to reach difficult to access areas. Precise suctioning may be required around delicate structures or oozing vessels. And rigid cannulas cannot be effectively angulated or manipulated in narrow/small spaces. Most importantly, robotic surgeons have to rely on the bedside assistant when using traditional laparoscopic S/I systems.
With ROSI with Exchangeable Tips (“ROSI xT TM”), robotic surgeons can now completely control S/I from the console. ROSI xT TM incorporates interchangeable rigid and flexible S/I tips, allowing for increased “flexibility” and reach during surgery. While the rigid tip provides traditional laparscopic S/I functionality by the assistant at the bedside, the flexible tip allows the robotic surgeon to take control of S/I, apply precise suction and access hard to reach areas as needed throughout a surgical procedure. ROSI XT provides the robotic surgeon with increased surgeon autonomy and improved access within the surgical field.
- Robotic prostatectomy
- Robotic partial nephrectomy
- Robotic nephrectomy
- Robotic pyeloplasty
- Robotic lung resections
- Robotic esophagectomy
- Robotic lymph node dissection
- Robotic low anterior resections
- Robotic abdominoperineal resections
- Seamlessly hand off S/I control between surgical assistant and console surgeon
- Increases surgeon autonomy via direct robotic control of suction and irrigation
- Interchangeable rigid and flexible tips allow for full spectrum of functionality.
- Slim, flexible profile allows ROSI to be dropped into and remain within the surgical field
- Flexible design and longer probe working length of ROSI tip equals more access in surgical field
Clinical Studies Demonstrate:
- Surgeon-controlled suction [during robotic prostatectomy] allowed more surgeon autonomy without a negative impact on efficiency or safety issues requiring “bailout” suctioning by the bedside assistant whether urgent or otherwise.1
- During robotic prostatectomy, when historically compared to cases in which suction was provided by the bedside assistant (BAS), the mean operative time in cases where ROSI was used for suction and irrigation was shorter than in BAS group (149min vs 156 min, p<0.001).1
1 Martinez O, et al. “Impact of Surgeon-Controlled Suction During Robotic Prostatectomy to Reduce Dependence on Bedside Assistance.” J Endourol. 2021 Apr 13. Epub ahead of print.
|Product Name||Box Quantity||Product Number|
|ROSI CONTROL UNIT||1||106400|
|ROSI TUBING SET with EXCHANGEABLE TIPS||4||106450|
|POWER SUPPLY: ASSEMBLY AC-DC||1||200796|
|POWER CORD: HOSPITAL US||1||108110-US|
|LATCHING FOOT SWITCH FOR USE WITH 106400||1||201202|
|NON-LATCHING FOOT SWITCH FOR USE WITH 106400||1||200795|
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