Onux builds minimally invasive position with Shape buy
This article was originally published in Clinica
New Hampshire-based minimally invasive surgery products company Onux Medical has built its position in the market with the acquisition of Shape Medical, a company that has developed technology to deliver metallic memory sutures through a small gauge needle. Shape's technology ushers in the era of "needlescopic therapy", with which doctors will be able to perform procedures at the end of a needle, says Onux chairman and founder Gregory Sancoff.
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