The EndoRotor: Completing Your Endoscopic Toolkit

The EndoRotor — a 3-in-1 interventional tool — allows you to simultaneously dissect, resect and collect, providing features that complement today’s GI toolkit.

FDA 510(k) – US: The EndoRotor is cleared for use by a trained gastroenterologist to resect and remove residual tissue, not intended for biopsy, of the gastrointestinal (GI) system including post-endoscopic mucosal resection (EMR) tissue persistence with a scarred base and residual tissue from the peripheral margins following EMR.

 

Explore the EndoRotor Procedure

 
 
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“EndoRotor is a great adjunct in the treatment of residual/recurrent tissue at prior polypectomy sites that can be difficult to remove with standard techniques. We have had great success with use of this device in this setting. I am even more excited about EndoRotor’s use in removing necrotic tissue from pancreatitis related walled-off necrosis collections. Necrosectomy with conventional devices generally takes several discrete endoscopy sessions to complete. I have done several of these procedures using the EndoRotor device and been able to remove all debris in just one session, thereby saving the patient from multiple repeat procedures. I am excited to see future data on EndoRotor’s usage in this patient population.
— Rebecca Burbridge, MD Division of Gastroenterology, Director of Advanced Endoscopy, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, North Carolina
 
 

Dissect, resect, and collect tissue simultaneously with the EndoRotor

 
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Continued advances in endoluminal surgery are driving therapeutic endoscopy.

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