The Symani® Surgical System expands patient access to innovative open surgical treatments and creates opportunity for additional value to surgeons and hospitals.
Challenges in microsurgical procedures
Despite improvements in imaging, microsurgical techniques remain largely unchanged and, as a result, there are limitations.
Precision can be limited by the dexterity of human hands, as well as the onset of essential and physiological tremor. Challenging ergonomics and fatigue associated with lengthy procedures can also impact surgical capabilities.
Capabilities of current instruments
Surgical instruments used in manual procedures are standard, yet each patient and approach are unique. Versatility is needed for difficult-to-access anatomy and intricate work in extremely small vessels.
Access to highly skilled specialists
The number of skilled specialists capable of performing the most challenging procedures remains extremely low due to the long learning curve and difficulty of performing anastomosis in the smallest vessels.
- Less tissue damage from reduced vessel trauma
- Potential to reduce the need for additional procedures
- Increased access to less invasive surgical treatment options for reconstructions and lymphedema
- Potential to reduce re-intervention and flap failure rates
- Improved precision of needle and suture placement
- Expand into challenging supermicrosurgical applications such as perforator flaps and lymphatic surgery
- Improved ergonomics and reduced fatigue
- Offer new and less invasive treatment options to expand open surgery programs
- Attract and retain top talent
- Grow patient volumes and reduce patient leakage
The Symani Surgical System is a CE marked (CE 0051) medical device and is not approved or cleared by the FDA for commercial use in the U.S.
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