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When Patricia Manrique was told she needed her gallbladder removed she immediately thought about the classroom full of children who rely on her to teach them tap and ballet each day.
Itâ€™s a high-tech takeover and some doctors are raving about robotic-assisted surgery involving complex pancreatic procedures.
Formed in August, WSLI held its first board meeting this week in Las Vegas and set a course to promote mentorship, training and awareness of leading-edge minimally invasive surgical options Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) November 16, 2010 The Womenâ€™s Surgical Leadership Initiative (WSLI) held its first board meeting this week to further define the organization and begin 2011 planning. Formed in August by the American Institute of Minimally Invasive Surgery (AIMIS) Clinical Advisory Board, the...
TransEnterix SPIDER Surgical System Receives CE Mark Leading European surgeon uses platform for single-incision gall bladder removals, hernia repair Salzburg, Austria (Vocus) October 20, 2010 The TransEnterix SPIDER® Surgical System, an innovative platform that allows a surgeon to operate through a patientâ€™s belly button, has received regulatory approval to market in the European Union.
DALLAS, Texas, September 16, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- The 'Global Minimally Invasive Surgery Market (2010 - 2015)' (http://www.marketsandmarkets.com/Market-Reports/minimally-invasive-276.html) analyzes the MIS market by products, applications, technologies and studies the major market drivers, restraints, and opportunities for the minimally invasive surgery market in the U.S., Europe, APAC and ROW (Rest of the World). Browse market data tables and in-depth TOC on Global Minimally Invasive...
FREMONT, Calif., June 9 /PRNewswire/ -- Curexo Technology Corporation made history on Wednesday, May 26, 2010 when its next-generation ROBODOCÂ® Surgical System assisted Dr. William Bargar as he performed the first commercial hip replacement surgery on Warren Roberts of Davis, CA. Mr.
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If you've been waiting for the day to arrive when computers actually start performing surgery, that moment might soon be upon us.
New study in Journal of American College of Surgeons finds new model can provide more efficient emergency care.
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