Endoscopic Suturing System
Be a leader in Single-Channel
Full Thickness Suturing
Complete your treatment options without the constraints of defect size, construct stability, or endoscope availability.
Compatible with over 20 single-channel flexible endoscopes and 4 platforms, OverStitch Sx™ enables advanced endolumenal closure by allowing physicians to place full-thickness sutures.
With the ability to customize suture patterns, OverStitch Sx™ allows for a broad range of treatment options for endoscopic procedures.
- Compatible with over 20 single-channel endoscopes and 4 platforms.
- Full thickness suturing with single channel endoscopes.
- Treat larger defects without compromising constructs stability
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ADVANCE YOUR PROCEDURAL REACH
Modern clips offer a quick solution for closing small defects, but are limited by their size and rely on mucosal fixation. Using multiple clips to close a larger defect becomes costly and does not ensure a secure closure during the healing process. The OverStitch™ Endoscopic Suturing System allows you to close defects and engage healthy tissue giving you the advantage to address defects of any size or tissue quality. Full thickness suturing incorporates the muscular layer and allows for a more stable construct during the healing process.
Gastric Bypass Revisions
The gastric pouch and/or outlet of a bypass patient can dilate over time. Unfortunately, there are a few options available to these patients to help reverse this process. The OverStitch™ Endoscopic Suturing System enables the physician to revise a dilated gastric pouch or outlet to its original size. Full thickness sutures ensure tissue approximation is maintained until tissue is healed.
Large Area Tissue Approximation
With the ability to customize suture patterns, the OverStitch Endoscopic Suturing System allows a physician to place running sutures to approximate either a small or large area of tissue. Additional sutures can be placed as needed to enhance construct stability.