CambridgeEndo: Leader in Single Port Laparoscopy and Advanced Laparoscopy

A Surgical Revolution in Hand

Cambridge Endo was founded in 2004 by experienced medical device entrepreneurs Woojin Lee and Jack Jacobson with the goal of revolutionizing least invasive surgery through a proprietary platform technology in endoscopic and laparoscopic instrumentation - the goal that is being realized in Single Port Laparoscopy / Single Incision Laparoscopy. Working collaboratively with the surgical community, Cambridge Endo is committed to developing and delivering hand-held instruments that enable easy access and unparalleled control.


Enhancing Laparoscopic Performance

The Autonomy Laparo-Angle Instrument line from Cambridge Endo is the first true advancement in hand-held laparoscopic instruments. Products include a Metzenbaum Scissors, Maryland Dissector, Electrosurgery Hook, Needle Holder and Grasper.

With a proprietary, advanced articulating tip controlled by the handle, these instruments have the advantage of providing the full seven degrees of freedom previously available only with a surgical robot. With seven degrees of freedom, difficult to access sites can now be more easily reached, and the distal tip can be positioned in the optimal orientation for an action. The unique ergonomic handle is designed for single-handed (left or right handed) control and comfort during any laparoscopic procedure. Unlike the surgical robot, Autonomy™ Laparo-Angle™ Instruments do not require excessive setup time, ongoing maintenance or upfront capital expenditure.

Autonomy™ Laparo-Angle™ Instruments enhance laparoscopic performance by providing unprecedented visualization, access and control to the surgeon.  Greater degrees of freedom of Autonomy™ Laparo-Angle™ Instrumentation enables new possibilities - the most exciting of which is Single Port Laparoscopy / Single Incision Laparoscopy.


Easier Access in More Laparoscopic Procedures

Autonomy™ Laparo-Angle™ Instruments open new possibilities in minimally invasive surgery.

Bariatrics General Surgery
Gynecology Urology