During open surgery, there is a need for an inexpensive and non-intrusive way to video record the area within and around the surgical site.
There is a need for a laparoscopic linear cutter that will always fully cut through the two sides of the tissue that it is separating.
There is a need for a more precise method of dissecting tissue that can cut as fast as the electrocautery without discharging sparks that can damage nearby tissue.
When breaking/cutting large uterine tumors for extraction, there is a need for a way to do so without the risk of losing pieces of the tumor within the abdominal cavity.
In the operating rooms, there is a need to reduce the interference of the overhead lights with surgeon and nurse mobility.