December 9-10, 2020

San Jose Convention Center, San Jose, CA

Interventional, Surgical, & Minimally Invasive Devices

The need for minimally invasive procedures has been growing significantly and the number of procedures involving large incisions and long hospital stays has been dropping as minimally invasive devices and innovations are proving their value.

Devices like heart valves can be delivered via catheter, diagnostic and surgical procedures can be conducted endoscopically, and robot-assisted surgery can be controlled more precisely than a surgeon's hand.

Connect with companies that can support your minimally invasive device development and learn how to juggle the variables involved with manufacturing products quickly and consistently.


Did you know?

The global minimally invasive surgical instruments market value is expected to grow at a CAGR of 7.2% and reach $42.6 billion by the end of 2024.

Sessions on Interventional, Surgical, & Minimally Invasive Devices:

The New Era of Minimally Invasive Surgery

What's Next for Robotic Surgery?

The Making of Surgeons Using VR "Haptics"

Product Spotlight/Case Study
Developing a Wearable Display for Surgeons

The Growing Artificial Intelligence Application Across Medical Devices

This isn't the only focus area for 2019 — check out all three topics we're spotlighting.