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.
During operations with surgeons of significantly different heights, there is a need to make a comfortable operating height for all surgeons to operate simultaneously.
For some complicated surgeries, there is a need to keep all surgical instruments within an easily reachable distance of the scrub nurse at his/her side table.
During endoscopic surgeries, there is a need to make the endoscopic equipment and TV monitor system easier to transport.
During total knee arthroplasties, there is a need to reduce the risk of surgeon skin contact with blood splatter in order to prevent the spread of blood borne illnesses.
During the laparoscopic gastrectomies, there is a need for a better method of controlling the end of the gastric tube so that it can be inserted into the esophagus with fewer attempts.
While using some electrocauteries, there is a need to prevent surgeons from being electrically shocked on the hand from the connection between the instrument and the power cable.
There is a need for a more secure method of attachment of the CO2 tubes to laparascopes in order to prevent old or worn tubes from separating from the laparoscope during surgery.