Houston, TX (PRWEB) December 17, 2004
NeoSurg Technologies, Inc., a leading developer of minimally invasive access products for laparoscopic surgery, today announced that it has received CE Mark in the European Union for its T2000 Reusable Trocar Access System. This system combines the features of a disposable access system with the cost savings of a reusable platform.
With this CE Mark, NeoSurg can now market the T2000 Reusable Access System in the European Union, for all minimally invasive procedures.
According to Pete OÂHeeron, President and Chief Executive Officer, ÂThis CE Mark is another step in our broad-based strategy of commercializing products which target the combined benefits of disposable and reusable components for maximum cost savings to the provider. We believe that this approval will provide physicians in Europe with an alternative to the expensive disposable access systems and a system that will prevent the need for ongoing management of their core reusable systems.Â
OÂHeeron continued, ÂOur proprietary technology provides clinicians and healthcare executives with a combined system that addresses the need to reduce the cost of minimally invasive surgery.Â
About the T2000 System
The T2000 System consists of a Reusable Trocar constructed of titanium and hard anodized aluminum for durability and reliability. The access tip is disposable which provides the surgeon with a consistently sharp and control penetration. A locking shielding mechanism is attached to the main trocar to guard the tip during insertion.
About NeoSurg Technologies
NeoSurg Technologies, Inc., based in Houston, TX, is a privately held medical device company focused on bringing breakthrough products for minimally invasive surgery to market. These products are based on the CompanyÂs patented technology, which allows the combination of disposable components with reusable components in a sophisticated and reliable system.
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President and Chief Executive Officer
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