The da Vinci SP® surgical system is an advanced, robotic-assisted platform for minimally invasive surgery. It acts as a natural extension of a surgeon’s eyes and hands through a combination of cutting-edge robotics, 3DHD stereoscopic vision, and intuitive human-interface controls. The da Vinci SP system provides surgeons with technology designed for deep and narrow access to tissue in the body, delivering all of this capability through a single small incision.
The Infyna Chic is a compact and ready-to-use urinary intermittent catheter designed for women. The Infyna Chic catheter was designed with input from clinicians to help provide a high level of discretion for women who use catheters. It is beautiful and easy to use. The Infyna Chic catheter can help a woman feel better about having to use one.
The Ion endoluminal system is a new robotic platform for minimally invasive biopsy deep in the peripheral lung. The system features an ultra-thin, human-controlled robotic catheter that allows physicians to navigate into hard-to-reach airways with unprecedented stability and precision. Unique to Ion is its innovative shape-sensing technology that measures the full shape of the catheter hundreds of times per second, providing precise location and shape information throughout the entire navigation and biopsy process.
SureMAX is the first Titanium spinal implant that has a stiffness that matches the individual's bone stiffness as not to damage it once implanted. Bone loves to grow into Titanium but legacy Titanium cages have been limited because they are too stiff and damage the bone once implanted. SureMAX has solved this problem through using 3D print technology with geometries that are not machinable. It also has a porous roughen surface to encourage bone to grow into it. The 'diving' boards on SureMAX adjust to the patient's bone stiffness to assure the best fit and performance.
Corensis is a vital measurement platform that enables automation of medical measurements, digitization of medical records, and increasing access to healthcare services in hospitals, medical centers, or public areas. It helps doctors to improve care delivery, create operational efficiencies, and enhance patient and staff experience. Patients can measure their body temperature, blood oxygenation level, respiratory rate, single-lead ECG, blood pressure, weight and height by themselves with the help of the smart voice and visual assistant.
The AdaptDx Pro is an automated dark adaptometer that offers the ophthalmic industry a wearable test device that benefit patients by early detection of age-related macular degeneration (AMD). The wearable device is powered by a digital assistant named Theia which guides the testing and interacts with patients using voice prompts driven by artificial intelligence. A personalized testing environment is achieved with adjustable padded head straps and flexible eye cups that ensure a light-tight seal. Internally, a camera guided positioning system aligns optics for testing.