THE VENAPAX DIFFERENCE: DESIGNED SPECIFICALLY FOR EVH
The idea was simple. Build a new technology for EVH from the ground up. We set out to create an intelligent, elegant, and simple EVH device that allows you to take branches as you go; and that's exactly what we did.
The Venapax Endoscopic Vein Harvesting Device is a unitary system with everything you need built in. No exchanges, fewer components, less thinking. It is a smart system that thinks for you and does what's right for the patient. It's a gentle system that considers the quality of the graft.
The Venapax difference: Integrated, Intelligent, Intuitive. That's what we consider a true innovation.
Less is more. Fewer components and controls free you to focus on what's important; harvesting the target vessel in the least amount of time without sacrificing graft quality.
So easy to use; so easy to learn.
All of the controls are kept in one area within easy reach. Slide the blue button forward to deploy the electrodes, rotate the distal collar to position them, press the red button to cauterize. It's as simple as 1, 2, 3.
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Often misunderstood, bipolar cautery is a highly advanced technology that uses a real-time, tissue impedance feedback loop to deliver tailored treatment to the patient.
The system constantly measures the impedance of individual tissues and automatically adjusts the required energy to deliver a high quality seal. Rather than a one-size fits all solution, the Venapax considers the unique characteristics of each vessel, then delivers a customized treatment for consistent, repeatable results.
The Venapax's electrodes optimize delivery of the prescribed energy even further by highly focusing it to where its needed. Employing all this technology translates into the ability to harvest a vein with a strong tissue weld, high burst strength and minimal thermal stress.
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Venapax's sleek, smooth design means there's nothing on the device for the target vessel and its branches to become entangled in.
A secondary device to provide tension is not required. Because the Venapax does not anchor itself to the target vessel, the end effectors needn't rely on branch tension to achieve vessel seals.
With Venapax, long branch lengths can be obtained, reaching the limits of the branch dissection up to the wall.
Even the Venapax trocar is designed to preserve the quality of the graft.
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