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MarketResearchReports.Biz has announced addition of new report “Global Surgical Power Tools Market 2016-2020” to its database. This press release was orginally distributed by SBWire Albany, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 09/26/2016 -- About Surgical Power Tools Surgical power tools are specially manufactured devices that utilize different sources of energy for carrying out a particular action such as drilling or fixing implants during surgeries. Many surgical power tools such as drills, saws, and reamers are available in the market. These devices use different energy sources such as electricity, battery, or compressed gases like carbon dioxide, nitrogen, or compressed air, a used in pneumatic devices.

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After 13 years of playing professional football and enduring high levels of physical impact on his body, pro football Hall of Famer and Super Bowl champion Jerome Bettis is no stranger to joint pain. This past summer, “The Bus” teamed up with orthopedic surgeons from The Midwest Institute for Robotic Surgery at Silver Cross Hospital to talk with fans and joint pain suffers about the importance of mobility. The doctors also demonstrated the new Mako™ System for total hip and partial knee replacement surgery. Silver Cross is the only facility in Will, Grundy and Kankakee counties offering Mako robotic-arm assisted procedures for adults living with early to mid-stage osteoarthritis.

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See more of the story The bone bots are coming. A new wave of robotically assisted tools for knee and hip replacements is moving into specialty centers and hospitals around Minnesota, and the number of procedures appears poised to spike in 2017. The surgical robots carry big price tags, but people who use them say the cost is made up in quicker recovery times and more predictable results, especially in complex cases. Last month a Kimball, Minn., woman made state history when she walked out of a surgical center in St. Cloud less than 12 hours after Dr. Eric Green used a robot-guided system to do the first total-knee replacement surgery in Minnesota.

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Angels invest in local medical device startup (Naples News) A Naples-based investment fund has bet its money on the success of a local orthopedic medical device startup. The fund, Tamiami Angel Fund II, or T2 for short, has invested nearly $1 million in Catalyst OrthoScience to help the company ramp up the production of what it describes as a “breakthrough product” for shoulder-replacement surgery. “The product we feel is revolutionary, not evolutionary. And we liked the progress that the management team had made,” said Tim Cartwright, chairman of Tamiami Angel Funds. Steven Goldberg, chief of orthopedic surgery at Physicians Regional Healthcare System in Naples, founded Catalyst OrthoScience in December 2014.

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Albany, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 09/09/2016 -- Medical devices include a broad range of medical instruments used for patient monitoring, and the diagnosis and treatment of diseases or abnormal physical conditions, including cardiac, orthopedic, respiratory, and ophthalmic diseases. They range from simple medical devices to complex programmable devices such as pacemakers and laser surgical devices. They are classified based on their characteristics, complexity, and potential harm. The medical devices market in Japan to grow at a CAGR of 2.49% over the period 2014-2019. The medical devices market in Japan is the second largest market after the medical devices market in the US.

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Approximately two-thirds of the world’s population lacks access to many common, safe surgeries. One software company, Proximie, is using telemedicine to to try to help fill that gap. Proximie is an an application designed for mobile devices that allows a surgeon in one location to view the operative field and provide instruction in the operating room at a different location. The Proximie platform is based around the concept of having two mobile devices, one in each location, that has a camera for viewing and screen/microphone setup for communicating. The remote “assisting” surgeon can guide the case with commentary or screen markings, using augmented reality, to direct the operating surgeon.

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9 o'clock: discuss press release with client 10 o'clock: submit release to openPR Within the briefest possible time release is published and displayed in a prominent place on openPR.de. I am thrilled! Zehra Spindler, Calypso Now! - Communication Agency

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Printer-friendly version August 15, 2016 Wendy Crites Wacker, APR Vice President, Global Communications 386.418.8888 Hutchison Will Remain At Company To Ensure Orderly Transition Board Commences Search For New CEO ALACHUA, Fla. August 15, 2016 – RTI Surgical Inc. (“RTI” or “the company”) (Nasdaq: RTIX), a leading global surgical implant company, today announced that Brian K. Hutchison has informed the RTI board of directors that he has decided to retire from his position as president and chief executive officer and step down from the board of directors.

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- Advertising - - Premium. - China Market Report for Elbow Reconstruction Devices 2016 - MedCoreis a new market research publication announced by Reportstack. The elbow joint reconstruction market has not had the same degree of growth that the shoulder market has experienced since 2005. Future growth appears to be focusing on radial head implants for the treatment of fractures due to falling on outstretched hands, which are the most common type of fractures. To access full report with TOC, please visit China Market Report for Elbow Reconstruction Devices 2016 - MedCore Scope 2012-2022 Companies Mentioned

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Dozens of Connecticut doctors accepted six-figure payments from drug and medical device manufacturers in 2015 for consulting, speaking, meals and travel, with six of the 10 highest-paid physicians affiliated with academic institutions, new federal data show. The top 10 doctors — fewer than 0.1 percent of the 11,000 who received payments — took in $3.6 million, or nearly 15 percent of the total $24.9 million paid out. Among them is the dean of the Yale School of Medicine, Dr. Robert Alpern, who received $445,398 in 2015 from two companies — Abbott Laboratories and AbbVie — in consulting fees, meals and travel expenses for serving on the boards of both companies.

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