InnerDyne claims cost savings with Step trocar
This article was originally published in Clinica
InnerDyne (US) says its Step trocar causes fewer complications and shortens surgical time. According to a recent outcomes study, Step can save $345-515 per procedure, compared with conventional pointed trocars. As well as cost savings, the Step trocar reduced patient trauma. Even 10-12 mm access ports rarely needed suturing, says InnerDyne. The results, which have not been published in a peer-reviewed journal, come from data provided by 21 surgeons practising in California and North Carolina.
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