Tailored Implants Made of PVDF

DynaMesh®-ENDOLAP 3D

DynaMesh®-ENDOLAP 3D implants are used to reinforce connective tissue structures in the groin region. They were specially developed for the endoscopic (laparoscopic) repair of inguinal hernias using current minimally invasive surgical techniques (TEP and TAPP).

DynaMesh®-ENDOLAP 3DProduct RangeUse and PropertiesVideosDownloadsLiteratureInstructions for Use

When selecting the mesh size, ensure sufficient overlap!

DynaMesh®-ENDOLAP 3D 09 cm x 14 cm PV130914F1 BX = 1 piece
DynaMesh®-ENDOLAP 3D 09 cm x 14 cm PV130914F3 BX = 3 pieces
DynaMesh®-ENDOLAP 3D 10 cm x 15 cm regular PV131015F1 BX = 1 piece
DynaMesh®-ENDOLAP 3D 10 cm x 15 cm regular PV131015F3 BX = 3 pieces
DynaMesh®-ENDOLAP 3D 12 cm x 17 cm PV131217F1 BX = 1 piece
DynaMesh®-ENDOLAP 3D 12 cm x 17 cm PV131217F5 BX = 5 pieces
DynaMesh®-ENDOLAP 3D visible 10 cm x 15 cm PV121015F1 BX = 1 piece
DynaMesh®-ENDOLAP 3D visible 10 cm x 15 cm PV121015F3 BX = 3 pieces
DynaMesh®-ENDOLAP 3D visible 12 cm x 17 cm PV121217F1 BX = 1 piece

can be used both for the right and the left side

Product DynaMesh®-ENDOLAP 3D (1)

DynaMesh®-ENDOLAP 3D visible (2)

Field of application inguinal hernia
Surgical access endoscopic / laparoscopic
Surgical technique TEP / TAPP
Mesh position preperitoneal (posterior)
Fixation none / sutures / adhesives / tacks
Green thread and line marker
Visible technology
graue_punkte (1) / gruene_punkte (2)
Polymer (monofilament)
Ageing resistance
Tear propagation resistance
No scar plate formation
Classification (Klinge’s classification [8]) 1a

gruene_punkte Applies to all product sizes
gaue_punkte Does not apply

Brochure: DynaMesh®-ENDOLAP 3D

DynaMesh® Catalogue

Literatur: Implant Material / Product Design / DynaMesh® visible / Implant Fixation

Literature: Hernias

Instructions for Use: DynaMesh®-ENDOLAP 3D (GA_END01_2020-03-02_d)


Optimised Shape
The three-dimensional form of the mesh enables the adaptation to the anatomy of the groin region.


Standardised Positioning
The implants have a central marking and a longitudinal marking for alignment with the inguinal ligament.


The pore size of the mesh varies laterally to the longitudinal marking in order to reduce postoperative creasing along the length of the inguinal ligament and to ensure high effective porosity.

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