As a company, we aim to disrupt the status quo in surgical stapling by delivering superior products.
Our body of research is growing  everyday with real-world evidence to support the excellent surgical performance of our products.  We are committed to ongoing research to evaluate patient
outcomes measures and support comparative studies to assess product performance.

Below please find some examples of our commitment to ongoing research.

In a randomized clinical trial, the AEON Endostapler demonstrated  superior clinical results after staple lines were evaluated by a blinded 3rd party  evaluator.

The AEON Endostapler is a significantly drier alternative to the Echelon Flex Powered Stapler, producing a much drier staple line and decreasing the need for other bleeding control methods.

Investigators reported consistent satisfaction
with AEON staple lines.

Staple Line Bleeding

20% reduction
in overall bleeding score
comparing Echelon Flex to AEON



statistically significant findings -
p-value = 0.01

Safe and effective 
as presented by Cleveland Clinic.
No intraoperative complications
on 316 AEON reloads deployed.

Proper 'B' staple formation %
in thick tissue*

For the latest information on completed or active studies with the AEON Endostapler,
please visit or contact us.
† Redmann, J. et al. (2020). Improving Hemostasis in Sleeve Gastrectomy with Alternative Stapler. Journal of the Society of Laparoscopic & Robotic Surgeons. 24 (4). 
§ Landreneau, J. et al. (2019). Use of Alternative, Cost-Effective Laparoscopic Stapler Reload Cartridges in Bariatric Surgery: A Prospective, Two-Center Pilot. Society of American Gastrointestinal and Endoscopic Surgeons, Baltimore, MD (US).
* Benchtop testing in ex vivo porcine gastric tissue comparing Lexington Medical (Purple Reload), Ethicon (Gold Reload), and Medtronic (Purple Reload). Thickness measured at 8 g/mm2 compression. MC-021020

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