Meet the computer-automated drill that cuts surgery time down to minutes

What do machining auto parts and speeding up cranial surgery have in common? Think a computer-driven drill that can produce fast, safe, clean cuts in complex surgical procedures. Such computer-automated drills, which have long been used in automotive technology, have the potential to speed surgeries by 50% or more. Researchers from the University of Utah

Stryker’s Signature Portfolio drill line to debut at AANS conference

Stryker’s Instruments group announces full availability of its most comprehensive and customizable high-speed drill line, the Signature Portfolio. The lineup of Signature Portfolio components will be on display at the American Association of Neurological Surgeons (AANS) in Chicago from April 30 to May 4, 2016. Stryker re-engineered and restyled its Signature Portfolio components in collaboration