Tri-Staple™ technology reloads are designed to work in harmony with the natural properties of tissue before, during, and after stapling. Each reload has a stepped cartridge face that delivers graduated compression and three rows of varied height staples.
The result of that design is a reload that provides superior strength and leak resistance4,([FOOTNOTE=Based on internal test report #PCG-002, In-vitro leak comparison. March 08, 2011.],[ANCHOR=],[LINK=]),Ω,†† across procedures.
No single stapler can address the wide range of tissue management issues faced by surgeons on a daily basis. That’s why we’ve given our entire portfolio the power of Tri-Staple™ technology. So you can have reliable results — no matter your specialty.
Each Tri-Staple™ reload has a stepped cartridge face that delivers graduated compression and three rows of varied height staples. That design helps generate less stress on tissue during compression and clamping1,2,†,‡
Tri-Staple™ technology’s graduated compression profile and varied height staples allow greater perfusion into the staple line.3,†
With unique design features, reloads with Tri-Staple™ technology deliver superior performance across a broad range of thicknesses.2,4,5,6,7,§,Ω
†Compared to flat-faced cartridges with single-height staples.
‡Compared to Echelon Flex™* green reloads analysis comparing different stapler designs, performance and impact on tissues under compression using 2-D finite element analysis.
§Preclinical results may not correlate with clinical performance in humans.
ΩBench test results may not necessarily be indicative of clinical performance. Compared to Ethicon Echelon Flex™*.
††Staple line strength: Endo GIA™ tan reload vs. Echelon Flex™* white reload and Endo GIA™ purple reload vs. Echelon™* green, gold, and blue reloads. Leak resistance: In-vitro synthetic leak comparison: Endo GIA™ purple reload vs. Echelon™* blue and gold.