Robotics at your fingertips.
We wanted to make the impossible happen and today, results are here: JAIMY.
The first motorized and articulated 5 mm instrument for laparoscopic surgery.
A product range set to grow.
… AND BENEFITS
For patients …
Using JAIMY, the surgeon remains in the operating field in proximity to the patient during the procedure unlike with traditional robotics
JAIMY enables less invasive procedures
For surgeons …
JAIMY simplifies considerably – or even makes possible – complex operating procedures
JAIMY improves the surgeon’s comfort during the procedure
For healthcare institutions …
JAIMY requires no installation
JAIMY is optimized for cost controls
“The use of laparoscopy in paediatric surgery has the same advantages as in adult surgery, first and foremost being minimal invasiveness. However, adapted instruments are needed given the small workspace inherent to the size of the child. Few companies make the effort to develop the adapted tools we need.
JAIMY, motorized and articulated, enables intracorporeal knots in these small spaces, and makes such sutures possible with a single umbilical incision, leaving virtually no visible scarring.
More comfortable and much more intuitive to use, JAIMY Advance is a natural evolution of JAIMY. I adopted it instantly, and there is no going back!”
Pr. Guillaume Podevin, paediatric surgery
CHU d’Angers (Angers, France)
“I use JAIMY for all my laparoscopic sacrocolpopexies including dissection tasks. Deflection of the shaft facilitates the posterior dissection and allows me to access the hard to reach areas. Moreover, the regular rotation and the controlled speed of the needle allow me to place better quality sutures by helping me to have more control of the needle.”
Dr. Nicolas Gavillon, gynecological surgery
Clinique Saint André (Reims, France)
“I’ve been using the JAIMY robotic 5 mm needle driver for about a year.
We have seen an important improvement in radical prostatectomy, especially in the anastomosis part, that we are now fully performing laparoscopically. With the robotic needle driver, we have seen a decrease of the operative time, a better water tight anastomosis and a more prompt recovery of continence.
The 90° deflection allows us to access very difficult places that we were not able to reach with a regular needle driver and the rotation device passes the needle through the anastomosis in a much better fashion.
I do recommend JAIMY and we will keep using it for as long as we can.”
Dr. Mario Gonzalez Salas, urological surgery
Hospital La California (San José, Costa Rica)
“Minimally invasive surgery offers many benefits for the patients but it also creates new challenges for the surgeons: lack of palpation, axial limitation of instruments, the need to learn opposite movements, and the use of long instruments through small incisions, sometimes make the procedure much more difficult, particularly for suturing.
The combination of JAIMY’s shaft distal flexion and jaw rotation makes suturing easier, and even possible without the help of a telemanipulation robot in some cases. Moreover, it improves the surgeon’s posture by reducing shoulder abduction.”
Pr. Brice Gayet, digestive and hepatobiliary surgery
Institut Mutualiste Montsouris (Paris, France)
Evaluation of the effect of a laparoscopic robotized needle holder on ergonomics and skills.
Surg Endosc. 2015 May 28, PubMed PMID: 26017905.
BENSIGNOR T, MOREL G, REVERSAT D, FUKS D, GAYET B.