September 01, 2015      

Virtual Incision seeks to enable a minimally invasive approach to a variety of procedures that are typically performed "open" today, with the potential to improve clinical outcomes and health care costs, which would benefit all stakeholders -- patients, physicians, hospitals and payors. We are excited that our technology holds the promise to make a meaningful impact for patients with colon conditions, who can face difficult procedures and long recovery times with traditional techniques.

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