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PRODUCTS

Embrace
Adaptive

Anastomosis

Rooted in the

science of healing and the

art of engineering

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How it works

The rings

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Connect the intestinal ends and separate healing site from necrotic area

The gap

Ensures optimal healing and adequate blood supply

No foreign material left in the body.

The rings evacuate with faeces after 8-12 days
due to necrotic process and bowel movement.

C-REX® LapAid®

For colon and down to upper rectum resections

C-REX® RectoAid®

For lower rectum resections and taTME

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Step 1

Use LapAid® to attach the LapAn anastomotic ring to the proximal end of the resected intestine.

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Step 1

Use LapAid® to attach the LapAn anastomotic ring to the proximal end of the resected intestine.

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Step 2

Use LapAid® to attach the LapAn anastomotic ring to the distal end of the resected intestine.

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Step 2

Connect RectoAid® anvil to the LapAn ring previously attached to the proximal end of the intestine.

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Step 3

Insert the Dual Male ring into the distal LapAid ring.

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Step 3

Insert RectoAid® transanally and connect anvil to RectoAid®.

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Step 4

Manually connect intestinal ends

to Dual Male.

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Step 4

Trigger handle on RectoAid® to connect intestinal ends.

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