Versaport

Versaport

Surgery A trocar requiring a smaller incision site ↓ risk of herniation and improving cosmetic results. See Minimally invasive surgery.
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Using the ingenious VersaPort gas system with the ports in the chamber, the action return springs now run along the sides of the receiver for fool-proof reliability in any conditions.
Cycle light loads or heavy 3" doses thanks to the VersaPort system.
THE REMINGTON V3 built on the success of the Versaport gas-operating system that first appeared on the Versa Max in 2010.
Instead of pistons and O-rings, the Versa Max relied on the then-new VersaPort gas-regulation system that was a total departure from previous Remington gas systems.
The line features Remington's Versaport gas system, which cycles lightweight loads--as well as heavier turkey loads--without a hitch.
Located below the chamber, is a compact VersaPort gas block fitted with two pistons, which drive the bolt assembly to the rear upon firing.
The company also released the Versaport bladeless optical 12 millimeter trocar, offering surgeons visualization during trocar placement to help clinicians minimize the risk of trocar injuries.
A 5/12mm Versaport (covidien TM), ordinarily used for laparoscopic surgery, was inserted through the centre of the purse string suture into the sigmoid colon.
Versaport Plus Bladeless offers surgeons low insertion force, small fascial defect and superior fixation; important features surgeons consistently ask for in bladeless technology.