The Ovesco Endoscopy AG is a medical device company operating in the fields of flexible endoscopy and endoluminal surgery. The company develops, manufactures and markets innovative products for the treatment of gastrointestinal disease.
Innovative endoscopic clipping systems are Ovesco’s hallmark. The OTSC® – Over-The-Scope Clip is Ovesco’s product platform for the treatment of gastrointestinal hemorrhage and for endoscopic digestive organ wall closure.
Ovesco has locations in Germany and the USA. Patients are treated with Ovesco products in over 60 countries worldwide.
49th Conference of the German Society for Endoscopy and Imaging Procedures (DGE-BV), March 28 – 30, 2019
Ovesco is exhibitor at the German DGE-BV 2019 in Stuttgart (ICS exhibition, hall C1, booth no. 47). We are looking forward to show you the new Ovesco products mini OTSC®, diagnostic FTRD® and the RESECT+ family.
We also welcome you to visit the FTRD® Lunch Symposium dedicated to the question: “Endoscopic full-thickness resection with the FTRD® – where do we stand today?”.
familyNET Award “Family-Friendly Company”
Ovesco Endoscopy was honored for its conscious attitude towards compatibility of family and work life with the predicate “family-friendly company”.
BougieCap: for the dilation of stenoses in the upper gastrointestinal tract
Direct visual control during passage. Easy and fast bougienage with fewer instrument change. Available in six different sizes.
Innovation of the Year 2017
BougieCap was honored by the European Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (ESGE)
In coorperation with Ovesco Endoscopy, Prof Dr A. Meining, University Hospital Ulm, Germany, has developed a new method for bougienage of stenosis and strictures in the upper GI tract (BougieCap). He received the Innovation of the Year 2017 Award within the scope of the ESGE Days 2018 in Budapest.
OTSC® – The first choice: highest efficacy
in GI bleeding
The OTSC® Clip is designed for powerful tissue compression. This enables superior hemostatic capabilities in the endoscopic treatment of bleeding in the digestive tract.