The Future of Low Pressure Laparoscopy
Just Got Better

Introducing the AirSeal® Robotic Solution

Your low pressure approach can now be seamlessly integrated into your da Vinci* robotic workflow, without the need for an assist port. AirSeal® provides reliable exposure while benefitting your patient.

Did you know that operation at lower Intra Abdominal Pressure (IAP) is proven to improve patient outcomes?

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Improved patient outcomes1,2,3,4,5,6

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Reduction in PACU time5

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Reduction in length in hospital stay1,2,7

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Reduction in 30-day ER visits and re-admissions2

Stable pneumoperitoneum

AirSeal® enables surgeons to operate at Low Intra-Abdominal Pressure (<12 mmHg). It provides consistent exposure to the surgical space, even during suction or leaks.

Constant Smoke Evacuation

This ensures visibility throughout the procedure and protects surgical staff by removing harmful surgical smoke.

Valveless Access to the Surgical Site

This feature avoids fragmentation during specimen removal and supports unimpeded insertion of suture and mesh.

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* Compatible with the Intuitive da Vinci Xi and da Vinci X Surgical Systems
Low Insufflation Pressure Cholecystectomy - Using an insufflation management system versus standard CO2 pneumoperitoneum. Rashid M. Kikhia MD, Kristie Price, Vamsi Alli MD, Aurora Pryor MD, Gerald Gracia MD, Jerry Rubano MD, Jessica Schnur MD, Dana Telem MD. SAGES Published Abstract
Feasibility of robot-assisted prostatectomy performed at ultra-low pneumoperitoneum pressure of 6 mmHg and comparison of clinical outcomes vs standard pressure of 15 mmHg. Ferroni MC, Abaza R. BJU Int. 2019 Jan 17. doi: 10.1111/bju.14682. [Epub ahead of print]
A prospective, randomized, clinical study comparing AirSeal vs. Standard Insufflation in Minimally Invasive Urology, Gynecology, and General Surgery. Data on File
Low pressure gynecological laparoscopy (7mmHg) with AirSeal® System versus a standard insufflation (15mmHg): A pilot study in 60 patients. Sroussi J, Elies A, Rigouzzo A, Louvet N, Mezzadri M, Fazel A, Benifla JL. Gynecol Obstet Hum Reprod. 2017 Feb;46(2):155-158.
Less is More: Clinical Impact of Decreasing Pneumoperitoneum Pressures during Robotic-Assisted Gynecologic Surgery. Huang J, Foley CE,* Ryan EM, Prunty LE, Arslan AA. Published AAGL Abstract
Is Opioid-free Colectomy a Reality? Minimally Invasive Surgery Using Low Pressure Pneumoperitoneum Valve-free Platform. LeFave JP, Haas E. Published ASCRS Abstract
Reduction in postoperative ileus rates utilizing lower pressure pneumoperitoneum in robotic-assisted radical prostatectomy. Rohloff M, Cicic A, Christensen C, Maatman TK, Lindberg J, Maatman TJ. J Robot Surg. 2019 Jan 2. doi: 10.1007/s11701-018-00915-w. [Epub ahead of print]