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Laparoscopic Surgery Gone Wrong

As procedures become more complex and instrumentation more high-tech, can surgeons keep up?

Posted 06/06/12 | Daniel Cook, Editor-in-Chief | Post a comment

The Latest Advancements In Minimally Invasive Surgery

Check out the hottest new devices on display at this year's gathering of the Society of Gastrointestinal and Endoscopic Surgeons.

Posted 05/02/12 | Paul G. Curcillo II, MD, FACS | Post a comment

Sizing Up Stapling's Strides

A wide array of devices gives surgeons greater control over the safety, speed and invasiveness of abdominal procedures.

Posted 03/06/12 | Mark McGraw, Associate Editor | Post a comment

Trocars You Can Trust

The latest designs improve the efficacy and safety of abdominal access.

Posted 03/06/12 | David Renton, MD | Post a comment

Personalized Propofol Sedation Device Still Fighting for FDA Approval

A dispute panel will hear an appeal from Sedasys' makers next month.

Posted 11/28/11 | Post a comment

Is Single-Port Surgery Here to Stay?

The minimal access movement is gaining momentum, but let"s be realistic about the benefits of nearly scarless surgery.

Posted 08/28/11 | Post a comment

Laparoscopic Appendectomy More Successful, Less Costly Than Open Method

Minimally invasive approach for burst appendix costs thousands of dollars less, new study finds.

Posted 08/23/11 | Post a comment

Thinking of Buying...Trocars

Abdominal access comes in many forms.

Posted 08/07/11 | Patricia Turner, MD, FACS | Post a comment

What's New in Minimally Invasive Surgery

A review of the latest products and technology seen at the annual meeting of the Society of American Gastrointestinal and Endoscopic Surgeons.

Posted 06/12/11 | David Renton, MD | Post a comment

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