We, Ovesco Endoscopy, are a research-based medical device company operating in the fields of flexible endoscopy and endoluminal surgery.
We develop, manufacture and market instruments and systems for the treatment of gastrointestinal diseases. We offer comprehensive procedures, not only products, and support you all the way from training to intervention.
Ovesco’s hallmark are innovative endoscopic clipping systems. The OTSC® is our product platform for the treatment of gastrointestinal hemorrhage and for endoscopic digestive organ wall closure. Our clip technology forms a solid basis for many other procedures. Over the years, our portfolio has been expanded by novel resection techniques such as FTRD® and RESECT+, and also diagnostic sensor capsules such as the HemoPill®.
Our headquarters is based in Tuebingen, Germany. Furthermore, Ovesco has locations in France and the USA. Patients are treated with Ovesco products in over 70 countries worldwide.
Webinar now available online
Resection techniques in endoluminal surgery
The webinar moderated by Prof. Horst Neuhaus and Prof. Alexander Meining provided latest insights and outlined new perspectives into optimized resection techniques like EMR+, ESD+ and (Hybrid-) FTRD. Benefit from the experience of clinical experts and get to know new possibilities in interventional endoscopy by watching the recording.
The recorded webinar is available
The durable solution.
Due to its thermo-reversible properties at body temperature, the injection agent LiftUp® creates a submucosal gel cushion.
This creates a distinct and long-lasting safety cushion that reduces the need for re-injections and exposes the layers well for safe and easy resection.
FTRD® Closing the gap – Live Webinar 23rd April, 2021
Ovesco would like to invite you to a livestream-webinar on endoscopic full-thickness resection with FTRD®
In this webinar you can find out how FTRD® enables to achieve decisive clinical difference in endoluminal surgery. Our experts will provide insights on how FTRD® has become an established procedure in clinical routine, enhances and expands the spectrum of resection techniques and how it might even change traditional treatment paradigms in interventional endoscopy.