The company’s innovation creates an anastomosis using a slender, linear device, that can be loaded in the channel of a standard endoscope, small surgical port or a thin conduit, such as a catheter or needle.  With the GI Windows technology, this device can be delivered "small" but create a large, durable anastomosis without the potential need for surgical access. 

This invention has a wide range of therapeutic applications, as anastomoses are currently performed in metabolic, biliary, and oncology procedures. Currently these therapies are primarily served with surgical interventions.