THE SUTURING SOLUTION
DESIGNED FOR PRECISION AND PERFORMANCE
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.
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ERGOSUTURE’S GROUNDBREAKING PRODUCT LINE
Including Drive'N Roll, Drive'N Roll End-Effector, X-Needle, and RBS In Cardiology, are designed with cutting-edge features that redefine surgical suturing.
Among these, our self-aligning needle technology stands out as a major breakthrough. It eliminates the need for manual needle adjustment, making suturing more efficient and less stressful.
When applied to Robot-Assisted Surgery (RAS) end-effector, our RBS technology transforms each Drive’N Roll end-effector 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.
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.
IN TIGHT SPACES
ACCESS TO DIFFICULT AREAS
The RBS Tips allow for suturing in areas that are traditionally difficult to reach during minimally invasive surgery.
ENHANCED SURGICAL OUTCOMES
Enables surgeons to suture in critical areas with ease, control and precision and with less tissue tearing, ensuring better post-operative results.
VERSATILITY IN COMPLEX PROCEDURES ACROSS MULTIPLE SURGICAL PLATFORMS
Whether suturing in the abdominal cavity, inside the colon, or the uterus at 3, 6, or 12 o'clock, or any other challenging angle, the RBS Tips provide unparalleled ease of use and precision.
CONSISTENT NEEDLE POSITIONING
Automatic alignment (self-righting) ensures the needle is always in the optimal position for suturing.
REDUCED PROCEDURE TIME
Minimizes manual adjustments, leading to faster and more efficient suturing.
Surgeons can grasp the needle anywhere and use the rollers to position it as they see fit, allowing for more precise control during suturing, without using a grasper (second hand).
Adaptable for various surgical platforms and eliminating the need for tool replacement (end-effector) in robot-assisted surgery.
The controlled rolling motion of the needle reduces the risk of inadvertently puncturing nearby organs, vessels, and nerves, ensuring a more secure, safe and efficient suturing process.
SMOOTH NEEDLE MOVEMENT
The rollers facilitate a steady and consistent needle glide through tissues, reducing tissue trauma.
ENHANCED TISSUE PROTECTION
Minimizes tissue damage and reduces the risk of post-operative complications.
OPTIMAL NEEDLE ROTATION
Ensures the needle rotates at the right angle, enhancing the precision and consistency of each stitch.
Reduces the number of repetitive steps, leading to quicker completion of the suturing process.
CONSISTENT STITCH QUALITY
Ensures each stitch is of uniform quality, enhancing the overall outcome of the surgery.
By simplifying the suturing system, surgeons can focus on what matters most: the patient and the procedure, leading to a smoother, more efficient, and more satisfying surgical experience for everyone involved.
The ergonomic handle design and roller-based suturing system minimize strain on the surgeon's hand, allowing for longer surgeries without discomfort or surgeon fatigue.
INCREASED SURGICAL STAMINA
Surgeons can perform multiple procedures in succession without experiencing hand fatigue.
REDUCED RISK OF REPETITIVE STRAIN INJURIES
Prolonged use of the RBS system is less likely to lead to hand and wrist injuries compared to traditional suturing methods.
"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"
"More versatile device for pelvic procedures. Suturing of the Urethra & Endometriosis, etc. It could also be adopted to laparoscopic and robot-assisted devices".
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.
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.