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Hydrocision Announces 40,000th Procedure Using Its Novel Cutting-with-Water Fluidjet Technology


4/8/2009 9:32:17 AM

BILLERICA, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--HydroCision Inc. (www.hydrocision.com) announced today that its novel cutting-with-water fluidjet technology has been used in over 40,000 spinal, arthroscopic and wound debridement procedures—thus firmly establishing HydroSurgery as a major platform for Minimally Invasive Surgery (MIS). “The company has capitalized on the double digit growth of the minimally invasive surgical market,” states Doug Daniels, President and CEO of HydroCision. “A large driver of our procedural growth has been patients who seek out surgeons that perform minimally invasive procedures. This has led to rapid adoption of these new and evolving techniques, for example, in back surgery by a growing number of neurosurgeons, orthopedic surgeons and interventional pain physicians to treat their patients’ pain in a variety of back procedures, including fusion and discectomy.”

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