Insufflators are medical devices used in laparoscopic and endoscopic procedures to introduce and control the flow of gas (commonly carbon dioxide) into body cavities, creating and maintaining a space for surgical visualization and manipulation. The primary purpose of insufflators is to establish a pneumoperitoneum (in the abdominal cavity) or pneumoretroperitoneum (in the retroperitoneal space) during minimally invasive surgeries.

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