More reliable, less invasive laparoscopic procedures
Laparoscopic abdominal entry is the most dangerous part of any laparoscopic procedure.1
AbGrab® provides a reliable, yet non-invasive solution for abdominal wall elevation.
More reliable than manual grasp
Less invasive than towel clips
Clinically tailored to improve abdominal wall elevation
Though often the shortest part of a laparoscopic procedure, laparoscopic abdominal entry accounts for ~50% of serious laparoscopic complications and litigations related to laparoscopy.2, 3
1. Pepin, K., MD, MPH. (2020). Abdominal entry in laparoscopic surgery. Contemporary OB/GYN Journal, 65(11), 20-23.
2. Taskforce for Abdominal Entry: Principles of safe laparoscopic entry. Eur J Obstet Gynecol Reprod Biol.
3. Jansen FW, Kolkman W, Bakkum EA, de Kroon CD, Trimbos-Kemper TC, Trimbos JB. Complications of laparoscopy: an inquiry about closed- versus open-entry technique.
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