SUPPORTING THE MOVE TO MINIMALLY INVASIVE SURGERY
58% of hysterectomies are currently open procedures1.
Minimally invasive surgery, also known as laparoscopic surgery, is proven to enable a faster recovery for the patient versus open surgery.
Patients spend less time on average in hospital, experience improved cosmetic results and are able to resume normal routines quicker.
As well as these significant patient benefits there are clear financial benefits for laparoscopic surgery over open surgery:
The Additional Cost Burden of Open Hysterectomy Procedures
Laparoscopic surgery is often avoided due to lack of training and investment, leading to lack of confidence when performing surgery laparoscopically.
The Laparoscopic Gynaecology Partnership from B. Braun
B. Braun is working in Partnership with a leading UK Trust to support our customers to make the move to minimally invasive surgery – specifically in hysterectomies.
As well as all the latest equipment and technology, specialist training courses, bespoke proctorship support and access to cadaveric and wet lab courses will all be provided to aid in the smooth transition to performing laparoscopic hysterectomies.