Smith & Nephew and BrainLAB form computer-assisted surgery pact:
This article was originally published in Clinica
Smith & Nephew's US-based orthopaedics business and German company BrainLAB have formed a five-year agreement to collaborate on the development of computer-navigated trauma and reconstructive orthopaedic applications. The UK company will integrate its products into Munich-based BrainLAB's newest software developments. S&N is already working with Medtronic on other computer-assisted surgical procedures. "Computer-assisted surgery is the enabler of truly less invasive orthopaedic procedures," said Scott Elliot, vice-president of computer-assisted surgery at S&N.
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