Laparoscopic Trocar



Trocar is a specialized medical device used in laparoscopic surgery. In its simplest form, a trocar is a pen-shaped instrument with a sharp triangular tip, which is used during surgery to create an opening to access the abdominal cavity.
The main goal of this product is to enter safely with minimal damage to the fascia. Today’s trocars require less force to insert and cause less damage to fascia and other tissues. The less trauma is caused for the insertion, the faster the healing of the tissue after the operation.

Technical Specifications:

  • With a disposable blade
  • Two single and twin models
  • Preventing damage to internal tissues and easy insertion using blade activation button and guard
  • Easy tool guidance using a funnel-shaped opening and a tight valve
  • Grooved cannula design and suture capability to keep the trocar stable
  • A control valve to regulate CO2 gas entry and exit


Available in 5, 10, 12, and 15 mm sizes


Based on IFU on product packaging 0ºC ~ 30ºC

Shipping terms:

Based on IFU on product packaging 0ºC ~ 30ºC

Further Details:

Some of the uses of laparoscopic trocar are as follows:

  • Abdominal sheath surgery: laparoscopic trocar for surgeries such as appendicitis surgery, ovarian cyst removal, knee surgery, implant surgeries, adenomatous removal surgery, orthopedic surgery, and internal abdominal surgeries such as peritoneal vein occlusion surgery, abdominal surgery, pelvic surgery, organ surgery Internally, cancer surgery and other cases are used.
  • Access to hard-to-reach areas: A laparoscopic trocar is used to access hard-to-reach areas inside the abdomen, such as behind the liver and on the testicles.
  • Reduced postoperative pain: Surgeries performed using laparoscopic trocars usually reduce post-operative pain and allow the patient to return to daily activities more quickly.
  • Reduction of side symptoms: The use of a laparoscopic trocar can reduce the side symptoms associated with open surgery. Complications such as infection, bleeding, pain, swelling, and blood clots are possible.