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Biliary devices

Take a look at one of our devices for common bile duct exploration and cholangiography.

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Next generation haemostasis modality

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Murdoch Mechanical Arm

Take a look on how our Murdoch Mechanical Arm can facilitate retraction during laparoscopic surgery.

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Stricture management

Take a look at one of our devices for stricture management.

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Over the last 60 years, the flexible endoscope has been instrumental for surgeons as therapeutic intervention has evolved. Today, surgeons are going beyond the traditional exploratory boundaries of endoscopic surgery to deliver treatment. Read this special report from General Surgery…

Physicians viewed products at our booth. The American College of Surgeons (ACS) brings together a broad group of surgeons, from more than 12 specialties, during their annual clinical congress. This year, the group gathered in San Diego, California. ACS 2017 had a theme: "Do what’s right for the patient." This idea was evident throughout the conference. And, it’s an idea that Cook Medical sympathizes with. We were founded on a philosophy of putting patients first.

Umesh Patel Before our Biodesign products came into being, we had another line of small intestinal submucosa products. That product line was Surgisis®. In 2008, the process for making our small intestinal submucosa technology had changed so much, we renamed the products.

TAR-repair training In a recent lab in the U.S., expert surgeons discussed when and why transversus abdominis release (TAR) technique benefits patients. They facilitated a lab on TAR hernia repair. We asked the expert surgeons a few questions.

n 2012, a 43-year-old woman went into the operating theatre at QEII Hospital in Brisbane, Australia for an ordinary gynaecological procedure. While in recovery, she felt increasing pain. Soon she was in multiple organ failure. Two surgeons, Mr Sanjeev Naidu and Mr Nai An Lai, shared how they saved her life and reconstructed her abdomen.

We surveyed 10 people in Cook Surgery: from a corporate account manager, who works with hospital staff on securing contracts, to a clinical specialist, who travels to ORs in her area to advise nurses and physicians.

We are not satisfied with the state of surgery today. We won’t be satisfied until every person who goes into an OR for a surgical procedure leaves with a positive outcome.

Our first patient had a fistula at the bladder neck that was caused by an obstructed labor 10 years ago. Imagine constantly leaking urine for 10 years! The obstructed labor also resulted the complete destruction of her uterus.
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