Smith & Nephew
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
Executive SummaryReceives 510(k) clearance for its HandPort hand-assisted laparoscopy system, the company announces April 26. The firm maintains that the HandPort "will allow surgeons to perform complex operations much more quickly and safely through smaller incisions" ("The Gray Sheet" April 5, p. 20)
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