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DePuy Synthes: VELYS™ Digital Surgery
At DePuy Synthes, we are blending our long-standing leadership in orthopaedic innovation with an accelerating focus on enabling and digital technologies to advance patient care. With VELYS™ Digital Surgery, we are building a platform of connected technologies powered by data insights before, during, and after surgery. VELYS™ Digital Surgery is designed to elevate the orthopaedic experience for patients, surgeons, and care teams.
Ethicon: Helping Keep Blood in Patients
Health challenges, such as the COVID-19 vaccine, reinforce the need for patient blood management.
As the world deals with a critical shortage of blood supply due to fewer donors amid the pandemic, experts are calling for healthcare systems to reduce their dependency on blood transfusions and preserve patients' own blood.1
Ethicon is answering this call, helping keep blood in patients.
Mentor: Make an empowered choice
Start owning the day by first owning yourself.
At Mentor, a woman's breast implant choice is personal, important, and life changing. It's a choice that can empower her to own each day. To own every day. On her terms.
Biosense Webster: A History of Innovation
Biosense Webster, a business unit of Johnson & Johnson Medical Pty Limited, is recognised as a leader in the science behind the diagnosis and treatment of cardiac arrhythmias.
1. Shander AA et al. Anesth Analg. 2020;131(1):74–85.
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