Further development of mountains bags for the endoscopic surgery of Dillenburg, the 22 January 2014: the further development of the mountains bag models WG100, 2013 presented at the Medica WG112 and WG160 provides company Espiner medical surgeon pioneering instruments to the tissue and organ extraction: through the use of innovative plastics, the mountains bags offer high user friendliness and security through improved stability and resilience. The mountains bags in cooperation with the company of wezi-med medical technology were developed from Dillenburg. In addition to the development of the instruments, the expert and system supplier for plastic medical is also responsible for the production of bio-compatible components. Aim was to optimize the successor models of proven mountains bag Espiner medical not only ergonomically, but to replace existing metal parts with plastic components. The result offers more security, both for doctors and patients, and a simpler and more intuitive handling of the instruments. For this was within the mountains bag handle (valve block) an anti-rotation installed, to prevent accidentally turning of the bag during operation.
Through the use of a soft component within the Valve Blocks block and tube can be waived a separate silicone seal between the valve completely. In addition, a non-slip surface that allows a safe handling of the mountains bag during an operation developed wezi-med. The haptic optimized surfaces, for example the tactile marking the application directions, an easier positioning and adjustment of the mountains bags is possible also. So selectively viable extraction of tissue reduces the risks of contamination of the body cavity. The precise intervention stability necessary for balancing offers the handle length of the component at the same time maintaining the same single component length shortened by 12 mm. This is guaranteed as well through the use of nylon: the construction material, the by an extreme rigidity and Resilience features, uses wezi-med for the production of the bar component (spring rod).