UK based Surgical Innovations (SI) is launching the pioneering 3mm Resposable™ product range at MEDICA 2011 - high quality, cost effective devices that offer patients minimal scarring (cosmesis).
By creating solutions for 3mm laparoscopic surgery - a standard size device for adult keyhole surgery is 5mm - SI has responded to surgeon demand for smaller incisions, thereby significantly reducing post-operative pain and trauma for patients. Making smaller incisions promotes quicker healing and can negate the need for port site closure suturing at the end of procedures; saving the patient the discomfort of stitch removal.
Being Resposable™ - a combination of reusable and disposable components - ensures that the new devices comply with current economic drivers in the healthcare sector by offering cost-effective clinical solutions.
The 3mm range is included within SI’s already successful product lines, Logi™ Range and YelloPort+plus™, which won the prestigious Queen’s Award for innovation in 2010.
Graham Bowland, Chief Executive Officer at SI, said “Our innovative 3mm Resposable™ range is a ground-breaking alternative to standard laparoscopic devices as they offer improved cosmetic results using traditional laparoscopic surgical techniques.”
The experienced team of in-house designers at SI have worked closely with international surgeons to develop the 3mm instrument range, which SI believes will revolutionise laparoscopic surgery.
All the devices within the range will be on show at MEDICA 2011; the world’s largest international healthcare trade show.
Mr Bowland added: “MEDICA is a platform for innovation and we are delighted to showcase our new 3mm Resposable™ Range at the exhibition this year. MEDICA is a wonderful opportunity for SI to meet with our extensive network of international distributors and update them on our exciting product development programme.”
MEDICA 2011 is taking place between 16-19th November 2011 at the Messe Dusseldorf, Germany and at the show, SI will be located on the Medilink stand which is on the UK Pavilion in hall 16, stand G10.
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