Laser technology used to aid kidneys
March 14, 2014 Editor 0
According to a technical insight study conducted by consultancy firm Frost & Sullivan, in January, supplier of urology and incontinence treatments Bard Medical Division in Georgia, in the US, which is a division of healthcare provider C.R.Bard has seen success in the use of its laser-based Endobeam device to break down kidney stones.
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