Precise
Laparoscopic
Access

Core Access Surgical Technologies

CAST’s Team is specialized in building new markets

for innovative medical device technologies which meet patients and physicians needs.

CAST’s engineering designs

are physician driven.

CAST’s vision is rooted in simple device solutions

to complex medical challenges.

We envision laparoscopic surgery access that is safe, efficient, and standardized.

Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication
— Leonardo Da Vinci

Simplicity and innovation are at the heart of CAST Surgical.

The Challenges

Peritoneal Access: gravest concern and leading cause of laparoscopic surgery complications

Blind Entry: access difficult without risk of injury to internal organs
First Attempt Success: operator dependent and, if unsuccessful, multiple attempts significantly increase complications
Access Time: operator dependent, complications due to time potentially life-threatening
Second Operator Required: for manual abdominal lifting
Pediatric Access: difficult
Bariatric: access remains a technical challenge
Lack of Standardization: presents safety challenges with laparoscopic access

our goal: standardization for safe laparoscopic access

The LevaLap™ Platform

The Pipeline

3

2020 - 2021

NEW!

LevaLapTM 1.0

Designed for Veress Needle Introduction

3

FUTURE LAUNCH

LevaLapTM

Designed for Trocar Introduction

3

FUTURE LAUNCH

LevaLapTM

Designed for Bariatric Surgery
3

FUTURE LAUNCH

LevaLapTM

Designed for Smaller BMI

3

FUTURE LAUNCH

LevaLapTM

Designed for Neonates and Children

Solution 1

Levalap™ 1.0

Laparoscopic Surgery Access Device for Veress needle Introduction

Single Use, Disposable Device

LevaLap Addresses the Current Challenges in GYN/Veress Needle Laparoscopic Surgery Access, as it Aims to Standardize by:

  • Facilitating a safer and more successful access and aims to set a standard for all operators
  • Facilitating access at the 1st attempt
  • Eliminating the need of a 2nd operator during surgery access
  • Allowing rapid access time
  • Increasing patient safety

Setting the standard for laparoscopic access