201912017_LTB_ALLURION_PICTO_sRGB For Healthcare Professionals
Elipse program

No surgery No endoscopy|asterisk-293| No anaesthesia Just results|asterisk-88|

Sometimes, dieting isn’t enough.
The Elipse Balloon is a revolutionary gastric balloon that creates a feeling of fullness by taking up space in your stomach. It gives you the chance to take a ‘honeymoon from hunger’.|footnote-86|


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Hetsie Cronje

It was fantastic. My energy and my confidence are back. I’m fitting into clothes I haven’t worn for 3 years!

Hetsie Cronje , 42 years old
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2stones lost in 6 months|asterisk-88|
Hetsie Cronje

How does the Elipse Balloon work?

The balloon takes up space in your stomach and induces weight loss by increasing the feeling of fullness. This means that you are more likely to reduce the amount of food you eat throughout the day.|footnote-294|

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Easy to place

The Elipse Balloon is placed during a simple 20-minute consultation with your healthcare professional.|footnote-89| It does not require surgery, endoscopy|asterisk-293|, or anaesthesia.

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The support to succeed

A fully supported programme with healthcare professionals on hand to help you change your lifestyle habits. Open the door to a new you!

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Meaningful results|asterisk-88|

Lose an average of 10 to 15kg (1.57 to 2.36 stone) during your 16-week placement with support from a nutritionist and our connected app and scale.|footnote-294| |footnote-295| |footnote-296| |footnote-297| |footnote-298| |footnote-299| |footnote-300| |footnote-301| |footnote-302| |footnote-303|

Go Elipse scale and app

Is the Elipse programme right for you?

Use our quick and easy Body Mass Index (BMI) calculator to find out.

Find a clinic

Ready to take a ‘honeymoon from hunger’|footnote-86| and discover a new you?
Find your nearest Elipse clinic today.


How can we help?

We’re here to answer any questions you may have. 

In case of a medical emergency or other medical questions, please contact your Elipse clinic or local healthcare provider.

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|asterisk-88|Results may vary from one patient to another. A small percentage of patients don’t respond to the treatment.

|asterisk-293|In rare cases, the Elipse Balloon may require endoscopic or surgical intervention for removal. In rare cases, the empty balloon may be vomited instead of passing through the GI tract.

|footnote-86|Quote from Lucy Jones, dietician http://www.lucyjonesdietitian.co.uk/

|footnote-89|Clinical Trial Reports: DAA069 and DAA105

|footnote-294|Jamal et al. Obes Surg. 2019 Apr;29(4):1236-1241.

|footnote-295|Raftopoulos and Giannakou. SOARD. 2017 Jul;13(7):1174-1182.

|footnote-296|Al Sabah, S., et al. SOARD. 2018, 14(3), 311-317.

|footnote-297|Machytka E et al. Endoscopy. 2017 Feb;49(2):154-160.

|footnote-298|Genco et al. Obes Surg 2017,DOI 10.1007/s11695-017-2877-1

|footnote-299|Al-Subaie S et al. Int J Surg. 2017 Dec;48:16-22.

|footnote-300|Ienca et al. Submitted to SOARD. Abstract A278, presented at Obesity Week, 2018, Nashville, USA

|footnote-301|Genco et al. Abstract A185. Oral Presentation at Obesity Week, 2018, Nashville, USA

|footnote-302|Ienca et al. Obes Surg.  2020 Apr 11. doi: 10.1007/s11695-020-04539-8

|footnote-303|Raftopoulos et al. Abstract 1978. Presented at ACS 2019, San Francisco, United States

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