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Hernia repair is a standard part of general surgery, but nonetheless one that has been revolutionized by two events over the past decade and a half: the the development of tension-free and laparoscopic techniques and the use of prosthetic materials. Tension-free mesh-based repairs (eg, Lichtenstein, plug and patch) began to increase in number in the […]
Reusable medical instruments and devices are products that are sterilized or cleaned for reuse. Advances in medical sciences and, in particular, minimally invasive surgical and diagnostic procedures, have stimulated the development of new and improved medical devices. This is due to developments in engineering and material sciences. The design for reusability is important in an […]
Minimally invasive surgery (MIS) allows doctors to perform many complicated operations with a short hospital stay. It is a safe, feasible, and patient-friendly method of performing an operation. The report includes product information, procedure volume data, world demographics; and other general issues affecting the MIS device market. Information is presented as a worldwide overview, with […]
The use of virtual reality (VR) technologies in the healthcare field is not simply a far-away future possibility. Technologies are already in place and the benefits from the application of VR are already evident in the healthcare domain. These applications provide doctors an opportunity to perform tasks in a risk-free environment, and make training accessible […]
With the promise of improved outcomes and shorter recovery times and costs, endoscopic surgery has evolved into an accepted surgical discipline in most therapeutic areas. However, spine surgeons in particular have been slow to embrace this new technology over the past decade or so. Challenges specific to the spinal column have made the adoption of […]
Computer-based technologies offer significant potential for improving the clinical outcomes of patients. Computer software and hardware, as well as the systems they control, have begun to impact the manner in which surgeons design, plan, simulate and perform surgery. In the last few years, automated and computer-assisted techniques have found increased use in surgical procedures as […]
Based on findings from Kalorama Information’s research study Facial Cosmetic Surgery and Rejuvenation Markets: Business, Technologies, and Competitive Intelligence (July 2004), this summary covers the top five surgeries and an “other” category. The top five procedures are: Breast augmentation/reduction Liposuction Rytidectomy (face lifts) Blepharoplasty (eyelid lift) Rhinoplasty (nose job) The analysis includes data on procedures […]
New technologies and alternatives to traditional cosmetic surgery have opened up a huge new market for anti-aging products. Cosmetic facial rejuvenation is no longer the purview of plastic surgeons, but represents a booming cash business for a large number of dermatologist and other practitioners. Botox, dermal fillers, resurfacing modalities, lasers, and other alternatives are creating […]
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