(Editor's note: Investors should be mindful of the risks of transacting in illiquid securities such as TITXF. Titan Medical's listing in Canada, TMD.V, offers additional liquidity).
The world's first surgical robot was the 'Heartthrob', developed and used for the first time in Vancouver, BC, Canada in 1983. Now, a small company from Toronto, ON, Canada is looking to make its own mark on the surgical robotics industry. While robotics may never fully replace human hands, the devices are becoming increasingly prominent in the operating room. Used in surgical procedures from gallbladder surgeries to organ transplants, robots give doctors increased precision, dexterity, and visualization. Enter Titan Medical (OTCQX:TITXF).
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(source: Titan Medical corporate presentation)
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