We are developing a surgical instrument that determines tension in a suture prosthetic without changing the surgical procedure itself. Our target application is the equine tie-back surgery, a major upper airway surgery in horses, with 369,000 surgeries performed every year....
We are developing a surgical instrument that determines tension in a suture prosthetic without changing the surgical procedure itself. Our target application is the equine tie-back surgery, a major upper airway surgery in horses, with 369,000 surgeries performed every year.
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