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ECHELON™ 3000 Stapler
ECHELON™ 3000 Stapler
Every surgery is different because every patient is different—which is why we built this device. The ECHELON 3000 Stapler’s instinctive design can meet a wider range of variation, helping keep the focus solely on the patient.
About This Device
Our most advanced surgical stapling device, the ECHELON 3000 is used to staple and transect tissue across a variety of tissue types in both open and minimally invasive surgical procedures. It includes both powered firing and powered articulation for enhanced access & control1,2.
LAR, Colectomy, Lobectomy, Wedge Resection, Segmentectomy, Sleeve Gastrectomy, Gastric Bypass, Revisions
Colorectal, Thoracic, Bariatric, Urologic, General
Features & Benefits
With the greatest articulation span and widest jaw aperture among leading handheld staplers, the ECHELON 3000 Stapler can enable better access and more control so surgeons can take on even the most challenging situations and stick to the preoperative plan1,2.
With a 27% greater articulation span and a shorter articulation joint length3, the ECHELON 3000 gives you the range of motion needed when addressing challenging anatomy.
More easily place the stapler jaws on thick or challenging tissue with a 39% greater jaw aperture4.
One-handed, powered articulation with the ability to set the jaws to any point within the articulation span gives you more control when you need it most2.
NEW PRODUCT EVIDENCE
Staple Line Integrity
Built to deliver the staple line security surgeons have come to expect from ECHELON staplers. Compared to Medtronic SigniaTM Stapling System in bench-top and preclinical testing, ECHELON 3000 demonstrated: Significantly fewer leaks at the staple line5, 66% fewer malformed staples in thick tissue6, 4x less slippage during firing7.
Real World Evidence: Design differences matter when it comes to performance and results. Since 2017, the use of ECHELON™ Powered Staplers has an association with reduced clinical complications, reduced hospital cost, & improved eciency8.
Included over 46,000 patients
Collected data from over 700 hospitals
Across 9 studies, 7 countries and 3 continents
|Product Code||Description||Jaw Length||Shaft Length||Quantity|
|ECH45C||ECHELON™ 3000 45mm Compact||45mm||280mm||3|
|ECH45S||ECHELON™ 3000 45mm Standard||45mm||340mm||3|
|ECH45L||ECHELON™ 3000 45mm Long||45mm||440mm||3|
|ECH60C||ECHELON™ 3000 60mm Compact||60mm||280mm||3|
|ECH60S||ECHELON™ 3000 60mm Standard||60mm||340mm||3|
|ECH60L||ECHELON™ 3000 60mm Long||60mm||440mm||3|
1. Comparison of average maximum articulation span and jaw aperture between the ECHELONTM 3000 Stapler, ECHELON+ Stapler, and Medtronic SigniaTM Stapling System completed in 2022. (202654-220202)
2. Compared to the legacy Powered Plus Stapler. (207534-220323)
3. Comparison of average maximum articulation angle for ECHELONTM 3000 60mm Stapler (56.51°) vs. Medtronic SigniaTM Stapling System 60mm (44.56°), p<0.05. (201022-220112)
4. Comparison of maximum average articulation span and maximum jaw aperture between the ECHELONTM 3000 Stapler, ECHELON+ Stapler, and Medtronic
SigniaTM Stapling System, p-value < 0.001. Maximum average jaw aperture: 22.79mm; 17.11mm; 16.35mm respectively. Challenging tissue - varying thickness and
5. Benchtop testing in porcine ileum at ≤ 40mmHg comparing the ECHELONTM 3000 Stapler with GST Reload GST60B to Medtronic SigniaTM Stapler with TriStaple Reload EGIA60AMT. Cumulative number of leaked tests (1/30) & (9/32) respectively, p=0.002. (208151-220330)
6. The ECHELONTM 3000 Stapler with GST60T had a 0.24% malformed staple rate as compared to a 0.71% malformed staple rate for Medtronic SigniaTM Stapling System with SIG60AXT on 4.0mm target tissue, p<0.001. (208149-220330)
7. In benchtop testing in 4.0mm thick porcine stomach tissue, the ECHELONTM 3000 Stapler with GST60T had less mean longitudinal change compared to the
SigniaTM Stapling System with SIG60AXT (0.549mm vs. 3.318mm), p-value <0.001. (208150-220330)
8. Rawlins L, Johnson BH, Johnston SS, et al. Comparative Effectiveness Assessment of Two Powered Surgical Stapling Platforms in Laparoscopic Sleeve
Gastrectomy: A Retrospective Matched Study. Medical Devices: Evidence and Research. 2020:13 195–204. doi: https://doi.org/10.2147/MDER.S256237. Miller DL,
Roy S, Kassis ES, et al. Impact of Powered and Tissue-Specific Endoscopic Stapling Technology on Clinical and Economic Outcomes of Video-Assisted Thoracic
Surgery Lobectomy Procedures: A Retrospective, Observational Study. Adv Ther. 2018 Apr 16. doi: 10.1007/s12325-018-0679-z. Sylla P, Sagar P, Johnston S, et al.
Outcomes associated with the use of a new powered circular stapler for left-sided colorectal reconstructions: a propensity score matching-adjusted indirect
comparison with manual circular staplers. Surgical Endoscopy. 2021. doi: 10.1007/s00464-021-08542-7. (192176-211013)