Endoscopic Bariatric Revision Procedure Clinical Studies2018-08-23T11:32:39-07:00
Results from Intragastric Balloon Procedure

Endoscopic Bariatric Revision Procedure Clinical Study Results

 Weight Loss Advantage

Results from the Endoscopic Bariatric Revision procedure show that nearly all patients achieve weight stabilization (their weight gain stops), while most will lose 20-50% of their excess weight.

Clinical Studies Referenced

  1. Thompson, C.C., Chand, B., Chen, Y.K., DeMarco, D.C., Miller, L., Schweitzer, M., Rothstein, R.I., Lautz, D.B., Slattery, J., Ryan, M.B., Brethauer, S., Schauer, P., Mitchell, M.C., Starpoli, A., Haber, G.B., Catalano, M.F., Edmundowicz, S., Fagnant, A.M., Kaplan, L.M., Roslin, M.S., Endoscopic Suturing for Transoral Outlet Reduction Increases Weight Loss Following Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass Surgery. Gastroenterology 2013 Jul;145(1):129-137.
  2. Kumar N, Thompson CC. Comparison of a superficial suturing device with a full-thickness suturing device for transoral outlet reduction (with videos). Gastrointest Endosc. 2014 Jun;79(6):984-9.
  3. Deepinder Goyal, Stephen Kim, Eric Dutson, Yijun Chen, Joseph Pisegna, Rabindra Watson. Endoscopic Trans-Oral Outlet Reduction in Combination with Gastroplasty (TORe-G) is a Novel Technique that is Highly Efficacious and Safe for Weight Loss in Patients with Failed Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass. American College of Gastroenterology Annual Meeting Oct 18, 2015. Honolulu, USA; Poster 186.