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Market Intel: Ever Decreasing Dimensions, Snakes And Origami: The Next-Gen Surgical Robots

Executive Summary

From "smart" snake-like catheters to miniscule-sized devices, a new generation of surgical robots, developed at world-renowned research institutions, aims to explore a new frontier by allowing doctors to target inaccessible areas within the body, and treat conditions with greater precision and better patient outcomes. With the surgical robotics market projected to surpass $10bn by 2021, a growing number of companies are hoping to capture their share in this trending space.

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