Of course, there is the question around demonstrating various needle sizes and device size, but all-in-all, it looks speedy and efficient. You appear to have control and precision.
Having used the device I would expect this device to find wide application in automating the process of wound closures for most surgical specialities.
–Mr Richard Trimlett, Cardiac surgeon, Royal Brompton Hospital
It is imaginable that this device will not only speed up the wound closure offering the benefits to the patient, but also achieve higher qualified and more satisfying result with less risk of needlestick injury to the less experienced user.–Mr Richard Trimlett, Cardiac Surgeon, Royal Brompton Hospital
The automated needle [device] has been tested by a surgeon and has proven to prevent these types of injuries (needlestick).–Health Economics Assessment of an Automated Suturing Device within the NHS
(Within the NHS) There are significant potential time savings from using an automated suturing device. For conventional surgery the time savings range from 45,493 hours to 227,463 hours for a 10% and 50% reduction respectively.”–Health Economics Assessment of an Automated Suturing Device within the NHS