Nanoflex installs first robotics system for vascular procedures

11-03-2024 – Medtech startup Nanoflex Robotics installed its first medical remote-ready robotics technology for neurovascular procedures at a medical device innovation center in the U.S. The pilot project aims to test the device’s usability and to conduct in-vivo studies and trainings through live demonstrations. (Photo Credit: Nanoflex Robotics AG)

Nanoflex Jacobs Institute

“Robotic neurovascular intervention is undoubtably the future. We are delighted to work with Nanoflex Robotics to prove this concept,” said Adnan Siddiqui, CEO and CMO of the Jacobs Institute and vice-chairman and professor of neurosurgery in the University at Buffalo’s Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences.

“We believe remote robotics has the potential to transform surgical outcomes and benefit patients, by enabling greater and earlier access to critical treatments”, acknowledged Matt Curran, CEO of Nanoflex Robotics, who is also thrilled about this partnership.