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Surgical Robotics: The Market Landscape Today and Tomorrow

Robotic surgery has been a reality since Intuitive Surgical came to market in 2000, but recent innovations are transforming the landscape significantly. Both startups and traditional medical device companies have introduced robotic approaches for a range of surgical procedures, while Intuitive has already developed its fourth-generation da Vinci system. Thanks to advances in technology, surgeons and patients have several new robotic options, but there is still a need for further innovation and new ideas as only a fraction of today’s surgeries involve a robot.1

“Surgical Robotics: The Market Landscape Today and Tomorrow” offers both established players and newcomers a look at the technology and competition behind robotic innovations. You’ll learn:

  • How Intuitive Surgical built its empire and its plans for the future
  • Surgical robotics innovators that have emerged in recent years
  • Who bought what
  • Statistics on the U.S. market value and predicted growth
  • Expert perspectives from leading innovators on where robotic-assisted surgery is headed
  • A gut-check on whether you have what it takes to be the next Intuitive Surgical
  • Career advice for aspiring roboticists
  • A closer look at some of the top surgical robotic platforms on the market
  • Must-dos for tomorrow’s surgical platforms

“Trends in the Adoption of Robotic Surgery for Common Surgical Procedures,” Kyle H. Sheetz, MD, MSc1,2; Jake Claflin, BS3; Justin B. Dimick, MD, MPH1,2 JAMA Netw Open. 2020;3(1):e1918911.

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