7/22/2014 7:43:40 AM
One of the most precarious moments in laparoscopic surgery happens right at the beginning: Surgeons puncture the skin with a primitive-sounding tool called a trocar, so that they can feed a camera and surgical tools through the small incisions. But there’s always risk that if they apply too much force, a lot of damage can be done to the delicate gooey bits on the other side.
Hey, check out all the engineering jobs. Post your resume today!
comments powered by