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Date:7/7/2009

Female Sterilization II-33 Pelvic Inflammation II-33 General Surgery Applications II-34 Laparoscopy Relieves Pain in CABG Surgery II-34 Laparoscopic Vagotomy for Ulcer Treatment II-34 Laparoscopic Splenectomy II-34 Splenic Aneurysms II-34 Treatment of Liver Disease II-34 Nephrectomy II-34 Treatment of Polycystic Kidney Disease II-35 Asymptomatic Pheochromocytoma II-35 Aortoiliac Reconstruction II-35 Carpal Tunnel Syndrome II-35 Catheter Disconnections II-35 Catheter Malfunctioning II-35 Colorectal Cancer II-35 Cushing's Disease II-35 Dialysis Catheter II-35 Hirschsprung's Disease II-36 Bypass Surgery II-36 Fetoscopy II-36 Bariatric Surgery II-36 Confocal Laser Endoscopy II-36 Interventional Pulmonology II-36 Endoscopic Approaches II-36 Anticoagulation II-36 Nutritional Disorders II-37 Percutaneous Endoscopic Gastrotomy II-37 Percutaneous Endoscopic Gastrotomy Jejunostomy II-37 Direct Percutaneous Endoscopic Jejunostomy II-37 Processing and Storing of Endoscopes II-37 Storing II-37 Cleaning II-38 4. Product Innovations/Introductions II-39 Olympus Medical to Introduce Concept Model Endoscopic System II-39 Fujinon Unveils Fully Digital Endoscope System II-39 Smith & Nephew Introduces New Hip Access Cannula II-39 Conmed Releases New Endoscopy Products II-39 Smith & Nephew Endoscopy Unleashes Bioraptor(TM) 2.3 PK Suture Anchor II-40 Olympus Introduces Capsule Endoscope II-40 FDA Approves Video-Based Endoscopes by Vision-Sciences II-40 PENTAX Medical Launches Video Endoscopic System II-40 Olympus Introduces Gastrointestinal Endoscopy System II-41 KARL STORZ Introduces Flexible Video Cystoscope II-41 Smith & Nephew Endoscopy Introduces High-Definition Surgical Camera System II-41 Smith & Nephew Endoscopy Introduces New
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