News and Events
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- October 24, 2016
The EVARREST® expanded indication now provides surgeons innovation offering superior hemostatic efficacy on the 1st-attempt1
- October 17, 2016
New Innovation further reinforces Ethicon’s leadership in the advanced energy market
- September 29, 2016
Ethicon bolsters critical need for increased patient access to most effective surgical treatments for obesity and metabolic disease with studies to be presented at IFSO 2016.
- September 12, 2016
Providing customers with the most comprehensive portfolio of advanced energy products from a single supplier, Ethicon announces 510(k) clearance of the ENSEAL® X1 Large Jaw Tissue Sealer
- August 24, 2016
3-D Simulations Put Surgical Training at Fingertips
- August 22, 2016
Ethicon, a trusted leader in advancing wound closure, announces the launch of STRATAFIX™ Spiral PDS Plus and STRATAFIX™ Spiral Monocryl Plus Knotless Tissue Control Devices.
- August 03, 2016
Focused on improving patient outcomes around the world, Ethicon sponsors multiple clinical studies to understand and advance the use of minimally invasive treatment options in lung cancer
- July 05, 2016
Next generation ultrasonic surgical device designed to address unique challenges in complex open and laparoscopic procedures
News - June 13, 2016
Studies shows HARMONIC ACE+7 provides reliable sealing and reduces the number of surgical devices needed to achieve hemostasis when used in colectomy and hysterectomy procedures
- June 12, 2016
COSMID Trial indicates that bariatric surgery is more effective than medical and lifestyle management in controlling type 2 diabetes in population that gets sicker sooner