IntoCare participated the ESCP 17th Scientific Conference in Dublin, Ireland from September 21st to 23rd, 2022. This is the first time it returns to offline meetings after two years of COVID-19 restrictions, and attracted more than 1,500 members.
ESCP was formed in 2005 from a merger of EACP (European Association of Coloproctology) and ECCP (European Council of Coloproctology). As ESCP works toward its aim of being the professional organization in Europe for the prevention and treatment of colorectal disease through education, training and research.
During the Conference, our products attracted hundreds of visitors to stop by and learn the knowledge about this new technology. Colorectal surgeons and experts from all over the world were amazed by IntoCare World First Intelligent Stapling Platform and wish to have the opportunity to cooperate with IntoCare in future.
Meantime, we have also been recognized by our peers in medical device industry. When they learned that IntoCare has 357 patents strategically laid out globally, of which 60% are invention patents, they all expressed their admiration on IntoCare’s strong development ability.
Today, when the world advocates energy conservation and emission reduction, there is no doubt that the design of such a universal powered handle compatible with various staplers is pioneering and forward-looking. We believe IntoCare Intelligent Stapling platform will be able to help more surgeons and patients in the near future.
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