Colorectal health Innovative solutions serving one shared purpose

Faster recoveries. Enhanced hospital efficiencies. Lives improved for the long-term. Just three reasons we’re dedicated to transforming colorectal health.

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BENEFITS OF MINIMALLY INVASIVE SURGERY1

Laparoscopic colectomy is established as a standard approach and is associated with better short-term outcomes and equivalent pathological and long-term oncological outcomes to open colectomy.

                               

Medtronic offers innovative technologies to improve the colorectal patient experience across the continuum of care

SURGICAL SOLUTIONS

Through decades of  offering world-class technologies in colorectal care, our surgical solutions have clear clinical and economic benefits. In  laparotomy or laparoscopy, our surgical devices  deliver performance and inspire confidence through a comprehensive approach that takes every element of a patient's health into careful consideration.

FECAL INCONTINENCE (FI) TREATMENT

Sacral Nerve Stimulation

Closeup of InterStim II device with SureScan MRI lead

                                 

 

 

MICROWAVE TUMOR ABLATION

Emprint™ Ablation System with Thermosphere™ Technology

We provide you a wide range of solutions

So, you can continue providing the best care.

                

References

1

Marta Pascual, Silvia Salvans, Miguel Pera, et al. Laparoscopic colorectal surgery: Current status and implementation of the latest technological innovations. World J Gastroenterol. 2016 Jan 14; 22(2): 704–717.

2

Based on internal test report #PCG-41, Comparative Leak Testing for Tri-Staple™ EEA and Ethicon™ CDH. 

3

Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research (MFMER). (2021, June 11). Colon Cancer: Diagnosis & treatment. Retrieved from https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/colon-cancer/symptoms-causes/syc-20353669, accessed 18 February 2022

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Benjamin P. Crawshaw, MD; Hung-Lun Chien, MPH; Knut M. Augestad, MD, PhD et al. Effect of Laparoscopic Surgery on Health Care Utilization and Costs in Patients Who Undergo Colectomy. American Medical Association. 25 Mar 2015