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EES launches first solution for LSG designed to minimise leaks

EES Sleeve Solution provides surgeons with cutting-edge EES surgical devices

Ethicon Endo-Surgery (EES) has launched the first comprehensive solution for laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy designed to help minimise leaks. According to the company, the EES Sleeve Solution provides surgeons with cutting-edge EES surgical devices, professional education and resources aligned with the expert consensus on laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy (see page 1). The Solution is designed to help minimise complications, deliver the best possible patient outcomes and enable cost-effective management of the procedure.

The EES Sleeve Solution includes:

  • The expert consensus on technique – Providing best-practice guidelines from some of the world’s most experienced sleeve surgeons.
  • NEW Sleeve Solution Sets – Complete procedure sets with all the EES devices needed for this procedure, including the ECHELON FLEX 60 Stapler with the appropriate reloads, HARMONIC ACE 45cm Curved Shears and ENDOPATH XCEL Bladeless Trocars.
  • Professional Education – Surgeon and staff procedure training, including courses, preceptorships and proctorships, aligned to the expert consensus.
  • Support Tools – Materials and services to assist with patient aftercare, practice management and on-going education to optimize the procedure and patient outcomes.

“The EES Solution for Sleeve Gastrectomy is truly built upon science and surgeon insights to deliver both clinical and economic value while maximising outcomes for patients,” says Eric Bruno, EES Vice President of Global Marketing. “It is also the first solution designed to help minimise leaks, which are a major concern for surgeons in this procedure.”

More information about the EES Solution for Sleeve Gastrectomy is available at

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