Microvascular anastomosis is the predominant challenge in cardiovascular, transplant, and reconstructive microsurgery. This high dexterity skill has a long learning curve and has long been performed by hand using a needle and suture, resulting in suboptimal ischemic time, post-procedure complications and prolonged OR time and cost.
Automated micro anastomosis
for ultra-small vessels
Vesseal™ is an automated microvascular suturing device delivering thread only standardized omni-vessel anastomoses, to enable simple, fast, easy, safe and effective procedures.
OMNI-VESSEL CAPABILITIES IN VARIOUS INDICATIONS
Suitable for all vessel types
0.5-4mm (blood and lymph)
Easy, fast and intuitive
and OR time
High safety profile
Thread only suturing,
no device left
Suitable for remote settings
robotic, laparoscopic etc.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS & FOUNDERS
Managing Partner, Sanara Capital & Sanara Ventures
Prof. Dean Ad El, MD
Co-Founder, Medical Director
Head of department of plastic surgery Rabin Medical Center
Co-Founder, Mechanical Consultant
Developer and inventor in numerous fields, owns over 100 patents
Eran Toledo, PhD
CTO, Sanara Ventures
Huang Eric, Ph.D.
Veteran of venture capital community in both US and the Greater China
Dr. Muhammad Mansour, MD.
SCIENTIFIC ADVISORY BOARD
Prof. Scott Levin, MD, FACS, FAOA
Chair, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery,
Co-Director, Penn Nerve Center
Paul B. Magnuson Professor of Bone and Joint Surgery
Professor of Plastic Surgery in Surgery
Prof. Assaf Zeltzer MD, PhD
Chief of Dept of Plastic Surgery, Rambam Health Care Campus
Co-founder and past director of the European Center for Lymphedema Surgery