The need for minimally invasive procedures has been growing significantly and the number of procedures involving large incisions and long hospital stays has been dropping as minimally invasive devices and innovations are proving their value.
Devices like heart valves can be delivered via catheter, diagnostic and surgical procedures can be conducted endoscopically, and robot-assisted surgery can be controlled more precisely than a surgeon's hand.
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