Compression Anastomosis with novoGI™ ColonRing
For Compression Anastomosis in Colorectal Surgery
Clinically proven core technology
- Over 10,000 procedures worldwide
- Over 50 peer-review publications
Patented nitinol-based Compression Ring
Especially effective in low anterior resection (LAR) procedures
Clinical evidence in peer-review publications substantiates clinical results for ease of use, healing processes, and successful outcomes in regard to leak rates. According to data presented at ASCRS 2012, novoGI’s clinically proven compression anastomosis device is especially effective in lower anterior resection (LAR) procedures with leak rates ranging from 1.9% to 4%, enabling natural healing of the intestine.
More About Compression Anastomosis With novoGI™ ColonRing
- Viable bowel wall layers are preserved (not punctured)
- Compression Ring is a temporary implant
- Reduced foreign body reaction
- Preservation of continuity of bowel wall layers
- Recovery of lumen size
See video of preoperative and postoperative intraluminal diameters with compression anastomosis compared to stapling.
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novoGI™ ColonRing may be associated with complications such as leakage, stricture, bleeding, sepsis, and other extra-colonic complications as occasionally seen with any anastomotic technique.