Innovasive Devices seeking to carve out less-invasive tissue fixation niche with IDeal.
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
INNOVASIVE DEVICES TARGETING LESS-INVASIVE NICHE IN TISSUE FIXATION MARKET with its IDeal Arthroscopic Suture Fastener System. At the May 16 Alex. Brown & Sons healthcare seminar in Baltimore, Innovasive Devices President Richard Randall said that the company's recently released system, consisting of the Roc (Radial Osteo Compression) Suture Fastener, the IDeal Suture Grasper, and the IDeal Knot Pusher, will enable arthroscopists to apply a less-invasive approach to tissue fixation procedures currently conducted via open surgery.
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