Device could help surgeons reduce suturing times

03/1/2012 | MedCityNews.com

Suturenetics has developed a single-handed suturing medical device that could make it easier for surgeons to close wounds and reduce the time spent in hospital operating rooms. The device, which already has been approved by the FDA, has been shown to cut suturing times by 40% to 50% in certain patients.

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