FOR EVERY BODY

FOR EVERY BODY

We solve for the individual

Patient care is never one-size-fits-all. Every person has different needs, so we innovate accordingly. We develop surgical and interventional solutions that center on the unique journey of every patient, and help to discover more efficient, groundbreaking pathways to healing.

Our mission to solve for the individual has led to a groundbreaking 3D mapping technology, Visible Patient, and an energy sealing device, ENSEAL® X1 Tissue Sealers.

EMPOWERING THE EXPERTS

EMPOWERING THE EXPERTS

We provide unrivaled choices

Our healthcare partners need a wide range of solutions to treat their patients. We look beyond traditional surgery to ensure clinicians have every option available. We explore and develop solutions across surgical approaches, from open surgery to laparoscopic, endoluminal and percutaneous, our goal is to equip teams with the tools they need to make a difference.

Our mission to provide choice has led to the launch of the MONARCH™ Robotic Platform and NeuWave™ Microwave Ablation System.

SUCCESS THROUGH COLLABORATION

SUCCESS THROUGH COLLABORATION

We forge new paths to healing

We know teamwork is the key to making a real difference. With a wide breadth of specialties, we constantly work across disciplines and in partnership with health care professionals to create new, unique ways of healing. Our ability to compare and combine what we learn leads to impactful developments in surgical and interventional technology.

Our mission to forge new paths to healing has been a successful one, as demonstrated by our work with MEGADYNE™ to improve surgical field visibility.

A global leader in MedTech

In collaboration with clinicians and healthcare experts around the world, we develop innovative surgical technologies and solutions to help address some of the most pressing health challenges of our time, such as metabolic disease, cardiovascular disease and cancer.

Creating a plan around each patient

NEWS & EVENTS

Creating a plan around each patient

Better patient care comes from better patient understanding. With the help of 3D Pre-operative Planning powered by Ethicon and Visible Patient, surgeons can use their patients’ medical imaging, including CT or MRI images, to create an interactive 3D model1-3 for a more detailed view of their patients and how to best treat them.

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JOHNSON & JOHNSON INSTITUTE

Advancing care teams

We help shape the healers of the future by offering extensive training across new devices and techniques. This exchange of information between engineers, specialists, and fellow surgeons helps medical teams become better at what they do, while patients receive higher quality care.

Become a change agent

CAREERS

Become a change agent

Are you passionate about improving and expanding the possibilities of surgery? Ready to join a team that’s reimagining how we heal? If so, we’d love to hear from you. View our job openings and discover how you can help transform care for patients worldwide.

References

1. For complete indications, contradictions, warnings, precautions, and adverse reactions, please reference Full Indications for Use and User Manual.

2.The software is designed to be used by trained professionals (including physicians, surgeons, and technicians) and is intended to assist the clinician who is responsible for making all final patient management decisions.

3. This product is not intended for use with or for the primary diagnostic interpretation for Mammography images.

4.Compared to previous generations of Enseal devices (099986‐210202).

5. As compared to devices with less than 360° degree shaft rotation (099992‐181108).

6. In benchtop testing on porcine arteries, vessels sealed with ENSEAL X1 Curved Jaw had a 22% higher average burst pressure than vessels sealed with LigaSure™ Maryland (LF1937), (1055mmHg vs. 862mmHg, p < 0.001). (145079‐200629)

7. In an acute porcine model, 104 of 105 vessels sealed maintained hemostasis during blood pressure challenge. During blood pressure challenge, systolic blood pressure was increased to at least 200 mmHg for a minimum of 10 minutes to simulate a hypertensive crisis. (140890‐200520).

8. Memon AG, Naeem Z, Zaman A, Zahid F (2016) Occupational health related concerns among surgeons. Int J Health Sci 10 (2): 279-291.

MONARCH® Platform Important Safety Information
Complications from bronchoscopy are rare and most often minor, but if they occur, may include breathing difficulty, vocal cord spasm, hoarseness, slight fever, vomiting, dizziness, bronchial spasm, infection, low blood oxygen, bleeding from biopsied site, or an allergic reaction to medications. Only rarely do patients experience other more serious complications (for example, collapsed lung, respiratory failure, heart attack and/or cardiac arrhythmia).