Insufflation tubing, also referred to as insufflation lines or hoses, is an integral component of insufflation systems used in minimally invasive surgical procedures, such as laparoscopy and endoscopy. The primary function of insufflation tubing is to deliver a controlled flow of gas, typically carbon dioxide (CO2), into the body cavity, creating and maintaining the pneumoperitoneum or pneumoretroperitoneum necessary for these procedures.

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