Percutaneous Laparoscopy
The Next Generation of Minimally Invasive Surgery


Each of Mini-Lap Technologies' products are built upon the concept of providing delivery and function through an integrated 2.3mm device. MiniLapTM devices offer the following benefits:

  • Reduced scarring
  • No surgical incision closure
  • Ease of use
  • Retention of abdominal pressure
  • Commonly used device tip configurations
  • Elimination of one or more trocars
  • Entry-depth control through the stabilizing disc
  • No-handed retraction and retention through the pivot disc 
  • Self-sealing without compromising insufflation pressure
  • No reprocessing or capital costs

The initial launch of MiniLapTM instruments includes four jaw styles; the Gator Clamp, Clutch Clamp, The Bowel Clamp and the Babcock-type Clamp.

Alligator Clamp, 250 mm

The Alligator Clamp, This aggressive jaws has a 1.25 cm distal working tip with a set of interlocking tines that are designed to grab and retract tissues such as the gallbladder, muscle or fascia or specimen tissue.

Babcock Clamp, 250mm          

The Babcock-type Clamp, This atraumatic device has a 1.65 cm distal working tip designed to secure and retract a vascular or infundibular structure.

Clutch Clamp 250mm               

The Clutch Clamp, This minimally traumatic device has a 1.25 cm distal working tip with a set of softened interlocking tines to grasp and retract tissue such as an stomach, esophagus, duodenum, appendix or ovary.

Bowel Clamp 250mm                

The Bowel Clamp is an atraumatic device with a 1.25 distal working tips with slight serrations to grasp and retract sensitive tissue such as bowel or bladder

Soon to be released will be other innovative designs such as the ElectroCautery device, scissors, needle drivers, clip appliers, and other retractors and stabilizers.

Each Mini-Lap instrument is structured with similar design features as shown in the deployed instrument (A) and Active Needle instrument (B) schematic illustration below: