News | September 17, 2008

New Instruments Target Efficiencies in ENT Surgery

September 18, 2008 - ENTrigue Surgical Inc. announced the commercial release of its initial SerpENT Articulating Instruments for ENT surgery that utilize a patented technology that enables instruments to bend around corners, reportedly resulting in less invasive and more efficient surgical procedures.

The company also plans to commercialize several additional unique solutions for ENT procedures, including products based on absorbable polymer technologies.

"We believe that by listening to the surgeons in the field, we can identify opportunities for innovation in otolaryngology. We are developing novel and practical products that simplify procedures for surgeons and improve healing for patients," Fred Dinger, ENTrigue Surgical president and CEO said.

ENTrigue will showcase its products and technologies at the AAO-HNS/F Annual Meeting and OTO EXPO in Chicago Sept. 21-24, 2008.

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