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Anastomotic leakage treatment
This minimally invasive method was especially designed for anastomotic leakage treatment in upper and lower gastrointestinal tract and colorectal area.
Minimally invasive method for the treatment of anastomotic leakage in the colorectal area.Learn more about Endo-SPONGE®
Endoluminal vacuum therapy for the treatment and prevention of anastomotic leakages, and for the treatment of perforations, in the upper GI tract.Learn more about Eso-SPONGE®
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