ErgoSuture's precision-driven suturing solutions are meticulously designed by surgeons for surgeons.

We prioritize your safety and that of your patients by creating solutions that minimize suturing time, reduce cognitive load, enhance needle control, and lessen tissue damage.

Experience significant efficiency gains in the Operating Room and hospital surgical wards with our innovative suturing solutions.




Experience the freedom of dexterity with our RBS suturing platform. It allows you to grasp the needle anywhere along its axis, making surgical suturing easier, safer, and faster.

The RBS platform is versatile and deployable across all surgical settings, from open to minimally invasive, including endoluminal surgery.

It's adaptable to both laparoscopic and robotic surgery, enhancing your suturing proficiency and significantly reducing suturing time.

The RBS device self-rights and self-aligns most commercial needles, enabling one-hand suturing (no grasper needed to position the needle), providing effortless operation and enhanced safety.


The Drive'N Roll is a laparoscopic handheld device that minimizes needle handling time and offers a shorter learning curve than other advanced needle drivers.

It enhances your suturing capabilities without requiring lengthy device-specific training.

The Drive'N Roll simplifies needle handling, and reduces the number of steps needed for suturing tasks, thus decreasing overall suturing time, stress, and fatigue.

Experience expedited suturing and reduced fatigue with Drive'N Roll.


When mounted to a Robot-Assisted Surgery (RAS) end-effector, our RBS technology transforms each Drive’N Roll into a multi-functional tool.

It can function as a needle-driver, a grasper, or a dissector, thus reducing tool replacement downtime and cutting down steps during the procedure.

The variable clamping force of the RBS Drive’N Roll end-effector also helps to minimize tissue damage, providing greater control and enhanced safety.


Our proprietary X-Needle addresses various suturing challenges, such as enabling one-hand suturing (with RBS products and conventional needle drivers), and reducing needle drops when inserting the needle through the port.


By combining features from the RBS-Platform and the X-Needle, we aim to bring to market the first-ever suture-based Transcatheter solution for outpatient surgery.

Its applications are multiple and will be unparalleled when launched, such Mitral and Tricuspid Valve Repair (TMVR & TTVR) systems, paravalvular leak repair, atrial septal defect closure, edge-to-edge stitches, and plication of the prolapsed mitral valve leaflet.

This innovation will be the first viable solution for high-risk patients suffering from Mitral and Tricuspid Valve Regurgitation (MVR & TVR).

ErgoSuture’s TMVR treatment secures a Segmentally Adjustable Transcatheter Annuloplasty Ring (SATAR™) using sutures, similar to the gold-standard open surgery treatment, aiming to treat a significant portion of the 176 million global patients suffering from MVR & TVR.


  • Dr. A. Lopez
    "Easy to use device for both right and left- handed surgeons in hard to reach places. Improves operational maneuverability for Urologists. Anticipated fast learning curve to gain proficiency in handling device"
  • Dr. J Salgado
    "More versatile device for pelvic procedures. Suturing of the Urethra & Endometriosis, etc. It could also be adopted to laparoscopic and robot-assisted devices".


Surgeons performing general, bariatric, thoracoscopic, and cardio-vascular surgery, urological, gynecological or veterinary procedures will find our RBS solutions to be a must-have going forward and the future gold standard in laparoscopic & robotic suturing.
ErgoSuture - making an impact in the operating room and beyond by scaling innovation and facilitating improved surgical outcomes.


Our disruptive Roller Based Suturing Platform offers investors a great opportunity to get in on the ground floor of a future global standard of care application.
We make Surgical Suturing easier, safer and faster regardless of Surgeon’s original proficiency level by cutting down steps in the suturing process, thus reducing the risk for mistakes and mishaps.
All this while safely reducing overall suturing time at a significant clip.
Our devices are applicable to all surgical settings, including Robot-Assisted Surgeries.


By making surgical suturing easier, safer, and faster, we provide significant efficiency gains and sound hospital economics. The device has an approximate 30 minutes learning curve as it is fundamentally similar to a traditional needle driver.
The main difference is that the flat tips have been replaced by rollers enabling surgeons to leverage their training, experience, and muscle memory, and improving their needle handling, resulting in easier, better, and faster suturing.
Our projected cost per procedure for the device(s) is also very competitive. REUSABLE.


Animals are an important part of everyday human lives, whether as livestock or as housemate pets.
Animals deserve the best medical and surgical care too. Ergosuture’s roller-based suturing (RBS) platform applies to animal surgical care to be used by veterinarians.
Contact us to explore how our RBS technology can be an important part of your daily surgical veterinary practice in the very near future.


We are always exploring and evaluating new partnerships with Distributors around the world
Roller Based Suturing
As a global player with local expertise and service teams, we are represented in more and more countries
– and we continue to grow.


Please contact us at:
if you are in North America and interested in a DEMO of the device(s).

If you are located in the EU/UK, Middle East or Africa, please contact

Alternatively, please call us at: 1-866-473-9204 or 339-234-6289

1Are any RBS devices commercially available already and how can I acquire one?

Answer: Ergosuture intends to launch their first RBS Device, the Drive'N Roll 5mm Laparoscopic Needle Driver, in the first part of 2025.

We'd love to DEMO our platform for you at your earliest convenience so please go to the "Request A DEMO/TRIAL" Section of the website and sign up.

2Will the RBS Technology help an average Surgeon become more proficient?

Answer: Yes, by transferring the skillset needed to consistently and safely drive a surgical needle through tissue in an elliptical arc from the device to the Surgeon, the RBS technology improves on a Surgeons accuracy and suturing speed.

By cutting down on the number of steps required in the suturing process, RBS simultaneously reduces the risk for mistakes and tissue-tearing as well.

Also as a teaching tool for residents and future specialized surgeons.

ErgoSuture is a medical device company with innovative suturing solutions for closing various patient tissue layers, using rollers instead of flat tips to drive surgical needles. ErgoSuture was founded by ErgoSurgical Group, a medical device research boutique, which partners with subject matter experts to develop surgical solutions that help improve suturing safety, speed and versatility.

ErgoSuture owns all patents and products related to rotational driver's technology and has full freedom to operate worldwide. Our product lines empower surgeons and other trained caregivers to close up patient's deep-tissue incisions and wounds easier, safer and faster and at a lower cost per procedure.

ErgoSuture is rapidly growing into a global organization with EMEA HQ based out of the Netherlands, R&D based in San Diego, CA and Medical Affairs operating out of France. Through our Roller Based Suturing (RBS) platform, we are improving suturing proficiency across all surgical settings, from Open to Minimally Invasive Surgery (MIS), including both Laparoscopic and Robot-Assisted Surgeries (RAS).

Our Mission: Driving surgical innovations through the design and development of advanced suturing systems for closing patient skin and deep-tissue openings is OUR MISSION.

Our Vision: Is to offer comprehensive suturing solutions that become universal standards of care and broadens surgical ACCESS worldwide.


Claude Nogard

CEO & Co-Founder

Scott Seligman

CTO - Chief
Technology Officer


Chief Operating Officer

Marc Schoutens

General Manager