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    Exploring the Mini-Lap of Today

    By Rebecca Rudolph What if laparoscopic procedures could be done with smaller tools, which would mean smaller incisions and less damage to the patient’s tissues? That question was asked in the early to mid 1990s, and mini-laparoscopy, also known as micro-laparoscopy and needlescopic surgery, was born. Instruments and tools were launched, but there were some problems. […]

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    Is It Time to Take a Fresh Look at Your Post-Op Pain Regimen?

    By Jay Redan, MD, President of SLS In the last decade, minimally invasive surgery has made major strides, with “incision-less” and micro- surgery looming on the near horizon. While the adoption of these advanced techniques has dramatically improved patient healing rates and recovery times, the standard opioid-centric approach to post-surgical pain management continues to diminish […]

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