ISS (Integrated Surgical Systems) to develop software for Stryker's knee:
This article was originally published in Clinica
Medical robotics company Integrated Surgical Systems (ISS) is to develop ROBODOC software for Stryker's knee prosthesis, in addition to the software it already supplies for six of the company's hip and knee prostheses. The agreement is with Stryker Japan, but the software will be available worldwide, said Dr Ramesh Trivedi, president and CEO of Davis, California-based ISS.
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