Thyroidectomy with BiClamp® 150 C

Indications

  • Struma
  • Thyroid carcinoma
  • Autonomous adenoma

Advantages of ERBE equipment

  • Easy handling
  • Good view on the surgical field through adapted geometry
  • Shorter operating times
  • Occurence of hypocalcemia is significantly reduced
  • No need for clips or ligatures
  • BiClamp is a reusable instrument

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Operation steps
Smallest possible access routes

Smallest possible access routes

For cosmetic reasons, these operations are performed at an exposed point, for example above the cleavage area, with as small an access route as possible. The minimally invasive thyroidectomy is performed via a 2 to 3 centimeter large access.

Dissection of the pole vessels

Dissection of the pole vessels

Use of the BiClamp enables a ligature-free ablation of the upper and lower pole vessels. No foreign material remains behind at the operation site.

Transsection of the middle thyroid vein

Transsection of the middle thyroid vein

The right thyroid lobes are luxated. The middle thyroid vein is transected close to the nerve. And the recurrent laryngeal nerve is exposed.

Transection of the branches of the inferior thyroid artery

Transection of the branches of the inferior thyroid artery

The branches of the inferior thyroid artery are then transected close to the thyroid.

Postoperative inspection

Postoperative inspection

The postoperative inspection of the OP site reveals a blood-free operation site without ligatures.