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Philips Unveils Azurion Neuro Biplane System for Enhanced Neurovascular Care

Philips, a global leader in health technology, has unveiled significant advancements to its Image Guided Therapy System – Azurion – with the introduction of the new Azurion neuro biplane system.

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Accelus unveils LineSider® Modular-Cortical System

Accelus, a privately owned medical technology company dedicated to becoming the global leader in expandable spinal implant technologies, has announced the launch of its LineSider®

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Latex-Free alternatives: the significance of transitioning from Surgical Gloves

Latex gloves dominate the healthcare landscape in Europe, driven by historical associations with superior performance, elasticity, and comfort compared to early synthetic alternatives from the

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RevoMotion

Anika Therapeutics launches RevoMotion: advancements in reverse shoulder arthroplasty

Anika Therapeutics has recently launched its RevoMotion Reverse Shoulder Arthroplasty System, entering a market estimated at $1 billion. Cheryl Blanchard, Ph.D., President and CEO of Anika,

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MONARCH Platform for Bronchoscopy

Enhancing surgical ergonomics for surgeon well-being and patient care

The MONARCH™ Platform is the first minimally invasive, robotic-assisted technology approved for bronchoscopy in a country with significant burden of lung cancer. Johnson & Johnson

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Enhancing surgical ergonomics for surgeon well-being and patient care

Optimizing the environment can measurably reduce physical strain The demands of surgery exert a considerable mental and physical toll, necessitating an optimized surgical environment for safety,

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Tyenne®, the first approved tocilizumab biosimilar in the UE

Tyenne® Marks the debut of the first Tocilizumab biosimilar in the European Union Fresenius Kabi has unveiled its tocilizumab biosimilar, Tyenne®, in the European Union, offering a pivotal

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Mobi-C

Mobi-C by ZimVie was implanted for the first time in the USA.

The first patient in the United States has received the newly approved 4.5mm Mobi-C Cervical Disc by ZimVie Inc. Originally introduced in France in 2004, Mobi-C made history by becoming the first

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