This fall the Micro C™ team brings its revolutionary hand-held fluoroscopy to a global medical industry that applauds innovation. The Micro C enables surgeons treating disorders of the extremities to conduct surgeries with greater accuracy, clarity, safety, and speed. The solution incorporates a lightweight, ergonomically designed hand-held emitter with an X-ray and still, video and infrared camera together with an image receptor and software enabling HIPPA-compliant image and data capture and electronic medical records (EMR) system integration. Its clinical version brings breakthrough mobile X-ray capability into physicians’ offices, urgent care facilities, emergency rooms, rural medicine, and sports and military field settings.
For its initial road trip, the Micro C team heads to the 72nd Annual Meeting of the American Society for Surgery of the Hand (ASSH), exhibiting at Booth #214 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco September 7-9. Gregory Kolovich MD MPH, the company’s Co-Founder and Chief Medical Officer, presents the Micro C to his peers at the New Product Showcase on the Pavilion stage at 11:30 AM on Thursday September 7th.
This opportunity to get feedback from my fellow surgeons, for whom I invented the Micro C, will be a key milestone in our march toward successful commercial launch in 2018.”
— Gregory Kolovich MD/MPH – Co-Founder & Chief Medical Officer
For his Micro C presentation at the American Society for Surgery of the Hand, Dr. Gregory Kolovich observes, “This opportunity to get feedback from my fellow surgeons, for whom I invented the Micro C, will be a key milestone in our march toward successful commercial launch in 2018.” He and Evan Ruff, Co-Founder and CEO, have filed seven patents defining the technologies unique to the Micro C.
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