WISAP® - Pioneer in Insufflation

 

SEMM-QUADRO TEST FOR MAXIMUM PATIENT SAFETY

The insufflation device displays constantly four main parameters, which are the insufflation pressure, the static intra-abdominal pressure, the gas flow and the total gas consumption. The surgeon is effectively supported already during the first insertion of the Veress needle, by giving deeback on measured negative pressure.


GAS HEATING REDUCES POST OPERATIVE PAIN
It is clinically tested and proven that insufflating gas at body temperature can lead to a drastic reduction of pain during the post-operative recovery phase and the presence of Tachycardia and Hypothermia during the operation. 

ULTRA-FLOW Tetraflator

Max Flow 50 l/min


IMPROVED LEAKAGE COMPENSATION

Unlike other methods, the monofilament bivalent system according to Semm allows the detection of trends relevant for the safety of the patient . By using one and the same opening, alternately for gas insufflation and measuring the static intra-abdominal pressure, the maximum patient safety can be assured. The intra-abdominal pressure is shown on a large display which gives the surgeon a fast and reliable feedback.


• High flow rate of 5 - 50 l/min
• Low-flow rate either 1 l/min or 3 l/min
• CO2 suppy with bottle or central connection in operating theatre
• Integrated safety-pressure-valve
• Multi-language display

TETRAFLATOR

 

SMOKE EVACUATION OPTIONAL

This device combines the advantages of two developments in the field of insufflation. Decisive are the factors of performance (speed of initial insufflation) and patient safety (detection of user errors on pressure measurement). The devices offer a significant improvement in both areas. The insufflators are available as 20, 30 and 45 liter versions, together with optional CO2 gas heating and a smoke evacuation.

 

NEONATAL MODE IMPLEMENTED

The device can pe programmed to operate only in neonatal mode. The overall safety-settings are trimmed to adjust to very small pressure sensitive abdomens.

 

  • Dynamic control of the insufflation process
  • CO² via bottle or clinic network
  • Neonatal modus to expand very small and pressure-sensitive abdomens
  • Optional smoke evacuation
  • Optional gas-heating

FLOW-THERME

Separate gas-heating modul / for any cold-gas insufflator


REDUCING THE POST-OPERATIVE PAIN OF THE PATIENT

At pelviscopic measurements it has been shown that not only the intraabdominal temperature decreases to under 32°C but also the rectal temperature is reduced by 1-3°C (depending on the operative time, gas consumption etc.)


When CO2-gas comes into contact with the peritoneum the first reaction noticeable is that of a hypothermia. the further insufflation of cool CO2-gas leads to "peritoneal catarrh". This reduces the patients well-being post-operatively and is responsively for a variety of post-operative complaints.


After 3 Years of studies at the clinic of Gynecology and Obstretics of the University of Kiel and the clinic of the university of munich it could be shown that by using gas heated up to body temperature, the post-operative use of analgesics was significantly reduced.


  • Heating gas up to 38°C
  • compatible with all cold-gas-insufflators
  • compatible with WISAP Single-Use and Multi-Use heating Tubes

The products shown above are only a selection of our product range. To download the catalogue, please click on the link below:

 

Catalogue Insufflation