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Regarding Trocar size used fot Extra-corporeal Knot in Laparoscopic Surgery?
Discussion in 'All Categories' started by Uma laxmi - Aug 16th, 2019 7:25 am.
Uma laxmi
Uma laxmi
Sir, for extracorporeal knitting, Mishra's knot. or any technique...first accessory port size for suture passer is 10 mm or 5 mm..? Reducer to be used...Please also tell the first accessory port size in intracorporeal my hospital nobody is using extracorporeal knot & Introduces needle directly..after removing port......almost all surgeon I have seen so much confused....please guide...... Thanks.

re: Regarding Trocar size used fot Extra-corporeal Knot in Laparoscopic Surgery? by Dr. R.K. Mishra - Sep 1st, 2019 4:51 pm
Dr. R.K. Mishra
Dr. R.K. Mishra
Dear Dr. Uma Laxmi

Extracorporeal knot need special training and it is very useful for tissue under tension and wherever there is difficult ergonomics. The intracorporeal knot is more versatile and every surgeon they know it as it is always used in open surgery. Of course for extracorporeal knot most of the time you need 10mm port whereas for intracorporeal you can directly push the needle with the suture through the wound. The extracorporeal knot is also ideal for all the tubular structure like appendix and any artery or vein because it makes a good dumble effect. You don't need to be confused at there is a very good article in your member area. The name of article is the choice of suture material and types of knot used in laparoscopic and robotic surgery. Once you will go through this article you can select proper knots for every laparoscopic surgery.

I am giving you the link of the article below. uture_material.htm
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