ROSI xT: Remotely Operated Suction Irrigation with eXchangeable Tips.
Why are robotic surgeons limited by the use of traditional, rigid laparoscopic suction irrigation (S/I) systems in their robotic
procedures? While a traditional “lap sucker” may suffice in robotic surgery, often the robotic surgeon needs the ability
to control S/I from the console. Rigid S/I probes may not be able to reach difficult to access areas. Precise suctioning
may be required around delicate structures or oozing vessels. And rigid probes cannot be effectively angulated or
manipulated in narrow/small spaces. ROSI xT provides the robotic surgeon with the “flexibility” to switch from assistant
controlled to console controlled S/I, as well as from rigid to flexible S/I. This provides increased surgeon autonomy and
improved access within the surgical field. Try ROSI xT in your robotic procedures and experience the “flexibility”.