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Computer-assisted surgery expands

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GE Medical Systems and Smith & Nephew have signed a definitive agreement to jointly develop and distribute computer-assisted surgery software and instruments for orthopedics. The two companies will focus on new orthopedic reconstructive and trauma

GE Medical Systems and Smith & Nephew have signed a definitive agreement to jointly develop and distribute computer-assisted surgery software and instruments for orthopedics. The two companies will focus on new orthopedic reconstructive and trauma applications and instruments to operate on GE's OEC FluoroTrak 9800 C-arm and InstaTrak surgical navigation systems.

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