CMR Surgical Launches Robotic System To Rival Intuitive’s Da Vinci
UK-based CMR Surgical has debuted its new portable robotic system Versius. "Inspired by the human arm,” it is expected to assist in surgeries on European patients beginning next year. Versius is set to rival Intuitive Surgical’s da Vinci robot systems, the current market leader in robotic surgery.
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