Endoscopic Suturing Registry

The Prospective Registry for Trans-Oral Endoscopic Suturing Applications will collect real-world data related to the safety and effectiveness of procedures done with Apollo Endosurgery’s OverStitch™ Endoscopic Suturing System. This registry is a program of the AGA Center for GI Innovation and Technology.

While endoscopic suturing procedures are becoming more routine in gastrointestinal and surgery practices across the country, we need real-world data to make informed decisions around the continued adoption of these procedures in clinical practice.

Gastroenterologists

We're looking for physicians who perform procedures using Apollo Endosurgery’s OverStitch™ Endoscopic Suturing System to participate in this new registry.

Patients

Visit Clinicaltrials.gov to see the sites participating in this registry. You or your doctor can contact the participating sites to learn more about enrolling.
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Meet our funder

This project is supported by Apollo Endosurgery, Inc.

Meet our study investigator team

The Endoscopic Suturing Registry Study Investigator Team oversees registry operations, ensures compliance with clinical protocol and applicable regulations, and provides general direction for the registry.

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Jennifer Maranki, MD, MS, Principal Investigator, Penn State Milton S. Hershey School of Medicine

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Steven D. Schwaitzberg, MD, FACS, Sub-Investigator, University at Buffalo

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Michael L. Kochman, MD, Immediate Past Chair, AGA Center for GI Innovation and Technology, University of Pennsylvania

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