During prostate resection, there is a need to quickly remove the fragments of cut tissue so that they don’t continuously circulate in the water and obstruct the surgeon’s view.
During open abdominal and thoracic surgeries, there is a need for a way to illuminate deep in the chest cavity without sacrificing the comfort or maneuverability of the surgeon.
There is a need to reduce the user unfamiliarity that arises from having similar equipment with different steps required to operate.
There is a need for a better sealant method that can guarantee a complete sealing of tissue in order to reduce the risk of postoperative leakage and bleeding.
During long surgeries, there is a need to improve the surgeons’ alertness in order to reduce human error during operation.
There is a need to reduce the electric interference to the monitoring equipment when using electrocauteries in order to maintain accurate monitoring of patient vitals.
During surgeries, there is a need for a dissection tool that retains consistent performance throughout the procedure.
There is a need to more efficiently apply multiple plastic clips used to seal vessels or ducts in order to reduce the time lost from loading clips one at a time.
There is a need for a lung cancer diagnostic tool which can view and biopsy smaller bronchi