UCC Licenses School of Engineering Spin-Out Skellig Sugical's Innovative Device
Designed to manipulate organs that obscure and limit the ability to perform keyhole surgery, SecuRetract is UCC’s latest foray into medtech. Through a new licensing agreement, it’s now on the market.
Ireland’s knowledge transfer system is again proving its worth as UCC licenses a surgical medical device to Skellig Surgical. It will be the latter’s first commercial product.
Developed through the work of dozens of surgeons over four years of research, the prize-winning device uses clever engineering to improve the surgical process.
Inflated inside the 5mm surgical incision used in laparoscopic surgery, the device keeps the bowels from obstructing surgeons’ views.
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