EAES 2018: Sony Pushes Imaging Tech, Sutrue Debuts New Automated Suturing Device
The European Association for Endoscopic Surgery (EAES) meeting in London May 30 - June 1 featured a number of endoscopic surgery and interventional techniques, including Sony's imaging tools and Sutrue Ltd.'s automated suturing device.
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