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Intuitive Still Dominates, But New Robotic Surgery Players Could Speed Penetration

Executive Summary

Intuitive Surgical's latest earnings and procedure numbers beat analysts' expectations and further solidified its leading position in surgical robotics. But potential robotic rivals are in the wings with alternative solutions that could make robotic surgery more affordable and accessible, including Cambridge Medical Robotics, Transenterix, Titan Medical, SOFAR and J&J/Google.

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