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After endoscopy, Siddaganga Mutt seer walks out of hospital

The 109-year-old seer of Siddaganga Mutt, who underwent endoscopy at a city hospital, was discharged and he walked out of the hospital on Saturday evening. Shivakumara Swami diagnosed with jaundice, pancreatitis and blockage in the bile duct, did not use a wheelchair while getting admitted or after being discharged, said doctors attending on him at the BGS Global Hospitals. The ...

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FDA clears Auris Surgical’s robotic endoscopy system

Auris Surgical Robotics has been flying under the radar, billing itself only as a “company based in Silicon Valley.” Founded by robotic surgery vet Dr. Frederic Moll, the company has won an FDA clearance for a robotic endoscopy system, which can potentially be used as a diagnostic or surgical tool. The FDA cleared the device, dubbed ARES, or Auris Robotic ...

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