Flex® System is Not For Sale in USA

The Company has built a highly articulated multi-linked endoscope that will enable minimally-invasive procedures to replace open surgical procedures for many parts of the anatomy that are difficult or previously impossible to reach. technology

Our assist platform includes on-board visualization and contains multiple open device channels to accept a variety of third party surgical and interventional instruments. The system enables physicians to operate through non-linear circuitous paths, self-supported, and through a single-site access into the body.

The maneuverability of the endoscope is gained from its numerous mechanical linkages with concentric mechanisms. Each mechanism can be placed into a rigid or a limp state. By employing a patented "follow-the-leader" movement strategy with these alternating states, the endoscope can be directed into any shape through the relative orientations of its linkages.

 

 

 

Surgeons Complete Cancer Surgery with Medrobotics’ Flex® System in Front of a Live Audience at Head and Neck Surgical Course at University Hospital of Marburg More

Surgeons of the University Hospital Essen Complete World’s First Robotic-Assisted Cancer Surgery with Medrobotics' Flex® System More

University Hospital Dinant Godinne-UCL Namur Completes World’s First Robotic-Assisted Surgery with Medrobotics‘ Flex® System More

Medrobotics Closes $26 Million Series E Financing More

Medrobotics Corporation Receives CE Mark for the Flex® System, Mar. 18, 2014, More

Medrobotics Appoints Russell M. Singleton, Ph.D., as Senior Vice-President R&D, Mar. 17, 2014 More

Medrobotics Appoints Thomas F. Patzelt Vice-President Marketing, Jan. 2, 2014 More

Medrobotics Gains ISO 13485: 2003 Certification for the Design, Manufacture, Service and Distribution of the Flex™ System, Nov. 3, 2013 More

Medrobotics Closes On $10 Million Financing From Hercules, March 22, 2013 More

Medrobotics Appoints Richard S. Walsh Vice-President Global Sales, Feb. 4, 2013 More

Medrobotics Completes $33.6 Million Series D Financing: Company Prepares for Commercialization of the Ground-Breaking Flex™ System in Otolaryngology, Dec. 20, 2012
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