As I've stated previously, I am an ER Physician, not a Surgeon. I have assisted however on many varieties of surgeries. It would seem to me that flexible instruments would be big advantage. i think the whole field of robotic surgery is in its infancy or at least in its teenage years, and there will be many improvements over the years. However, it isn't going to replace many procedures. Remember that.
Hellbent, I m an ER Physician. You use the word preform instead of perform, which is not any jargon I've ever heard, and therefore must be a recurrent typo. I have read your posts, and it's clear to me that you are not a surgeon, but probably an OR Nurse, which is fine. You can still have insightful information. Your thread never states that you are a surgeon.as far as I know. This whole field is obviously evolving, and there will be other big players in the arena. The issue with TRXC is if there is enough value here for another Company to buy them out for their patents or products and production lines. Who knows?