Symmetry said the acquisition of Bovie
complements its existing Olsen energy portfolio and will leverage the company's sales force within operating room call points while expanding its offering of single-use surgical products.
and Symmetry will also enter into transition services, patent licensing, a disposables supply and a generator manufacturing and supply agreements, the latter of which will establish the company as an OEM-provider of generators to Symmetry for a period of at least 10 years.
The surgery required the use of an instrument to cauterize the area where the moles were located called a Bovie
Medical, the manufacturer of Aaron electrosurgery machines, estimates that electrosurgery is used in 80% of operations.
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ioneered by Dr William T Bovie
in 1914, it's a relatively safe and hygienic method of cutting tissue using highly concentrated electric currents.
It was not until 1932, that the next development by a group of experts, Cushing (neurosurgeon), Bovie
(physicist) and Liebel (engineer) created the first modern diathermy.
The first electrocautery device, the surgical Bovie
knife, was developed commercially in 1928 by 2 Americans, Harvey Cushing and William T.
Survivors include two sons, Jimmy Dougan of Redmond and Lawrence Painter of Eugene; three sisters, Kathleen Bovie
and Wanda Young, both of Los Banos, and Carol Lamattina of Madera, Calif.; two brothers, Kenneth Dollard of Coulterville, Calif., and Jack Dollard of Redding, Calif.; six grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.
Other figures treated include Paul-Henri Thiry, Jean-Francois de La Harpe, Pierre-Augustin Caron de Beaumarchais, Isabelle de Charriere, Sophie Cottin, Etienne Bonnot de Condillac, Louise d'Epinay, and Bernard Le Bovie
Medical Corporation, (Amex: BVX), Melville, N.Y., a manufacturer and marketer of electrosurgical products, has announced its financial results for the second quarter and six months ended June 30, 2005.
, USN, Operations Department Scheduling and Training Leading Chief Petty Officer for Priority Material Office, Bremerton, Wash., January 2002 to April 2005.