Single Use Circular Stapler

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product introduction

Circular Surgical Stapler Indication


Instruction for Use


The Single Use Circular Stapler places a circular, double staggered row of titanium staples when it is activated. Immediately after staple formation, the circular knife blade resects the excess tissue and creates a circular anastomosis.

  • Do not use the Single Use surgical circular stapler on any tissue that will be compressed to less than1mm in thickness as the staples will not be tight enough to ensure hemostasis.
  • Do not use the disposable circular stapler on any tissue which cannot be compressed comfortably to 2.0mm for 21 mm and 23mm, 2.3mm for 25mm and 27mm, 2.5mm for 29mm, 31 mm and 33mm in thickness. Overly thick inverted tissue could be crushed when the instrument is closed. Failure to do it may result in poor heeding, or narrowing of the anastomosis.
  • The Single Use surgical circular stapler should not be used if the instrument is too large for the diameter of the structure, which could be stretched or thinned out by introducing the instrument. Failure to that leakage and narrowing of the anastomosis could occur.
  • Do not use the Single Use surgical circular stapler unless sufficient tissue presents and allows proper inversion of tissue edges, so that staples may be placed securely.
  • Do not use the Single Use Circular Stapler unless adequacy of hemostasis can be visually verified after firing.

Circular Stapler Features & Benefits

One-piece anvil provide strong support

Ensure the “B” shape formation

5.8mm extra-thin anvil

Easy to be placed into purse-string

Variable speed tail

Protect stomas while removing stapler, uniformly squeeze tissue when closing.

Single edged circular knife

Ensure sharper cutting

Indicated window design Tissue compression scale

Fire until the indicators within the green zone, ensure the safe suture.

Patented clamping slot design

Ensure better connection and smooth placement, reduces the damage when placing into the tissue.