Minimally Invasive Surgery or MIS is one of the major developments in healthcare in the 20th century as it has revolutionized surgical care. Advancements in the space have been nothing short of astonishing. The surgery features small incisions, causes the least amount of injury to the body, and significantly reduces postoperative pain, recovery time, and hospital stays with great improvements in cosmetic outcome and cost-effectiveness.
The market for laparoscopy devices is witnessing a robust growth in the recent years. A study by Allied Market Research says that the laparoscopy devices market is likely to garner $14,046 million by 2022, registering a CAGR of 5.8% from 2016 to 2022. The rise in the incidence of morbid obesity and colorectal cancer, growth in the bariatric surgeries through laparoscopy, and technological advancements in laparoscopy devices is leading to the growth of the market. The market faces certain challenges such as the lack of expertise in the laparoscopic surgeries and high costs associated with these devices and procedures.
FMsealer Laparoscopic Shears by OmniGuide
OmniGuide, Inc. recently announced the launch of the FMsealer Laparoscopic Shears – the latest addition to its FMX Ferromagnetic Surgical System. The product is intended to offer a fast and reliable vessel sealing in many laparoscopic surgeries while maintaining the safety of a patient. The shears are the only vessel sealing instrument based on ferromagnetic surgical energy – a technology that provides a rapid surgical transection without transmitting electrical current into the patient. It makes it safe to operate near metal staples, clips, and instruments. The FMsealer shears can seal vessels up to 7 mm in diameter, including lymphatics in both open and laparoscopic surgeries.
Endocontrol Medical Releases Next Generation Surgical Instrument
Endocontrol Medical recently launched the next generation surgical robotic instrument called JAIMY Advance for advanced laparoscopy. Redesigned with ergonomics, the instrument provides intuitive control of its intracorporeal robotic articulation and allows for an even better overall surgical posture. A result of the efforts made by the company’s surgeons and team, JAIMY Advance’s discovery helps the company get closer to their goal of facilitating surgery for the benefit of the patient.
Kohlberg & Co. Acquires Cadence Inc.
With the aim of expanding its ability to serve more customers and speed up Cadence’s capabilities, Kohlberg & Co. announced its plans to acquire Cadence Inc. Cadence is a company that offers end-to-end design, engineering, and manufacturing services for its customers across the entire product lifecycle. It develops highly engineered metal and plastics subassemblies and finished devices for leading companies across laparoscopy, endoscopy, minimally invasive orthopedics, robotics, life science, and specialty industrial end-markets globally. Alan Connor, President & CEO of Cadence said, “This transaction is a significant milestone in the history of Cadence and a testament to the outstanding team we have assembled.
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