Delivering the Vas Deferens
The no-needle dissector is then used to remove the fascial covering from around the vas deferens. This then frees up the vas deferens and allows it to be elevated above its fascial covering and above the scrotal skin. The vas deferens needs to be free of surrounding fascia to perform coagulation and fascial interposition.
It is critical the above steps are performed properly. Proper use of the no-scalpel ring clamp and the no-scalpel dissector are critical to performing vasectomy with low complication rates.
The remainder of the vasectomy procedure is equally important and will involve carefully dividing the vas deferens, performing coagulation, and fascial interposition.