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    Medical instrument insertion device e.g. for laparoscopic instrument shaft, has two seal structures that have tricuspid valve and lipseal valve respectively, forming respective passageways through which instrument is inserted


    Bonadio, Frank and Butler, John and Vaugh, Trevor, ATROPOS LTD (2008) Medical instrument insertion device e.g. for laparoscopic instrument shaft, has two seal structures that have tricuspid valve and lipseal valve respectively, forming respective passageways through which instrument is inserted. WO2008093313-A1.

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    Abstract

    The instrument insertion device (1) consists of two seal structures that have a tricuspid valve (2) and a lipseal valve (3) respectively, forming respective passageways (6,8) through which the instrument is inserted. The passageway (6) moves from closed state to open state as the instrument is inserted and automatically moves from open state to close state as the instrument is removed. The passageway (8) moves from open state to closed state as the instrument is inserted and automatically move from closed state to open state as the instrument is removed.

    Item Type: Patent
    Keywords: Medical instrument insertion device; laparoscopic instrument shaft; two seal structures; tricuspid valve; lipseal valve; respective passageways;
    Academic Unit: Faculty of Social Sciences > Design Innovation
    Item ID: 6704
    Identification Number: WO2008093313-A1
    Depositing User: Trevor Vaugh
    Date Deposited: 06 Jan 2016 12:28
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