510(k) clearance for Computer Motion's voice-controlled shaver:
This article was originally published in Clinica
Computer Motion has received 510(k) approval for its voice-controlled arthroscopic shaver. The device complements the company's range of HERMES-Ready voice-controlled products which includes an endoscopic camera and light source, a video printer and cassette recorder. The suite of devices will be marketed through US company Stryker Endoscopy.
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