The company is pleased to be hosting a shareholder meeting at our offices in Guildford. The meeting is being held on the 22nd June 2017 and will start at 10.00AM.
At the meeting the company will present our progress including news on the following areas:
• New products
• New Intellectual Property
• New Clinical Studies
• Commercial Plans
We will also be hosting a video conference for those shareholders who cannot attend in person.Read More
The Virtual Hospital
The FreeHand team were at the London 2017 Virtual Reality (VR) show where a medical seminar was held to discuss the potential impact that virtual reality could have on the healthcare industry. Alongside the conference there were presentations from key technology providers including Microsoft, with their new HoloLens product, and an array of content developers that make use of this growing platform.
Microsoft with their HoloLens headset is not alone in the market place, the likes of Facebook (Oculus Rift), Sony (PlayStation VR), Samsung, LG and Google all having entered the fray offering a mixture of consumer and commercially focused products.Read More
FreeHand is at the Operating Theatre Summit being held at Old Trafford, Manchester today (23rd May 2017) alongside Olympus. We are here demonstrating how the Freehand technology integrates with cutting edge camera and display products.
At the Operating Theatre Summit experts will be providing insights into:Read More
New Product: The Mediflex® RELIEF™ Handle
The Mediflex® RELIEF™ Handle is now available to combat muscle tension and chronic symptoms caused by laparoscopic instrument use.
This solution is an ergonomic reusable instrument handle which combines with the Mediflex disposable tips to provide a first-class surgical solution at a competitive cost.Read More
We are pleased announce that the FreeHand system will be on display with Leader Healthcare on stand D039 between 31st October – 2nd November 2016Read More
Mr Subar is presenting his findings of using the FreeHand for laparoscopic liver surgery at the 2016 AUGIS Conference in Leeds.
Poster 180 – Titled: Is the use of a robotic camera economically viable? A cost comparison of surgical assistant versus robotic freehand in laparoscopic liver resections
It concludes: the robotic camera was safe and feasible to use. It was calculated to be more economically than an experienced surgical assistant. The robotic camera negates the financial need for one of the two assistants.Read More