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Endoscopic Vessel Harvesting System

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CASE STUDY: A Comparative Study of Endoscopic Vein Harvesting Systems
Jeffrey D'Agostino, M.S., PA-C, St. Barnabas Healthcare System, and clinicians at two other metro New York hospitals, undertook a study to compare two EVH systems over 48 cases to determine the extent of thermal injury and to verify vein branch length.

STUDY: Extent of Thermal Injury in Vascular Conduits Using VirtuoSaph Endoscopic Vein Harvesting System in Swine
A. Rojas, MD, et al, University of Michigan, tested the Virtuosaph System in swine model using open technique on arteries and veins to assess extent of thermal spread during branch ligation

STUDY: VirtuoSaph EVH System Provides Conduits of Similar Quality toThose Obtained Via Open No-Touch Method
Groundbreaking New Results from VA-Harvard Study

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