Origami Surgical announced that the FDA has cleared StitchKit PARK, a device that enables surgeons to customize the contents of its StitchKit suture-delivery device with the sutures of their choice.
The StitchKit PARK cartridge allows the surgeon to pre-load the desired sutures for any procedure. Once loaded with needles and sutures, the device is closed and delivered into the surgical field through a trocar, according to the Madison, N.J.-based company. Once inside the abdomen, the device is opened, and the surgeon pulls out the first needle to begin suturing.
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