Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Medtronic said the purchase will strengthen its robot-assisted surgical platform and its broader portfolio. The medical device giant is making a big play to compete against robotic surgery’s dominant player — Intuitive Surgical (NSDQ:ISRG) and its da Vinci SP. Medtronic last year unveiled its much-awaited Hugo RAS system.
Digital Surgery officials say they want to digitize surgical protocols using cutting-edge computing and to support the delivery of consistent, data-driven, and evidence-based surgical care. Its products include Touch Surgery, an award-winning interactive training platform downloaded more than 2 million times, and GoSurgery, an operating room efficiency platform.
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