FDA, Cardinal Health Assess Scope of Potential Contamination Risk

Dr. Jeffrey E. Shuren MD, JD, Director - CDRH Offices: Office of the Center Director, released the following statement on Thursday (January 16, 2020): “On Jan. 11 and again on Jan. 15, 2020, medical device manufacturer Cardinal Health alerted its customers to...

U.S Health System Uses Medtronic Stealth Autoguide Cranial Robotic Guidance Platform

Phoenix Children’s Hospital is the first-ever health system in the U.S. to receive and deploy the newly FDA-cleared Medtronic Stealth Autoguide platform.

Cook Medical TriForce Peripheral Crossing Set Now Available

Cook Medical’s TriForce® Peripheral Crossing Set is now commercially available. As of January 2020, these products are available to physicians in the United States to support procedures to treat patients with vascular obstructions.

PENTAX Medical Launches IMAGINA Endoscopy System in U.S.

IMAGINA offers practitioners a modern user interface and unique endoscope design to provide excellent visualization, improve the operator experience and positively influence long-term patient care costs.

Global surgical energy instruments market set to reach US$14.5bn by 2028, says GlobalData

The global surgical energy instruments market is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 5% to reach US$14.5bn by 2028, according to GlobalData, a leading data and analytics company.

The company’s report: ‘Surgical Energy Instruments – General Surgery Market Analysis and Forecast Model’ reveals that the rising number of surgical procedures, increasing prevalence of various chronic diseases and an increasing ageing population are driving the market forward.

North America will continue to dominate the market due to the high adoption rate of newer technologies. However, Asia-Pacific will be one of the fastest growing regions at a CAGR of 9.3% between 2019 and 2028, followed by South Central America at a CAGR of 6.8%. Middle East and Africa region is expected to witness slow market penetration due to lack of infrastructure and low procedural volume.



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