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Now more than ever, surgeons have the option to pick which robot they wish to use in surgery. Picking apart the reasons why reveals much similarity between the two surgical disciplines.
Newcomers to the market have increased the number of options available to both soft tissue and orthopedic surgeons when selecting a robot. Despite the two disciplines' differences, the factors considered by surgeons when picking a system are relatively similar.
Harsh economic conditions and increased competition are dictating that surgical robotics companies must quickly adopt new commercial strategies. In Vivo speaks to key players in the space to learn more.
The Paris-based company has developed Maestro, a lightweight robotic assistant for use in laparoscopic procedures.
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