LYKOS Laser objective"Wow" and "cool" aren't words that would typically be used to describe a medical device, but those are the terms that are bandied around by clinicians and med-tech companies when they hear about Hamilton Thorne's (Beverly, Massachusetts) newly-developed Lykos Laser System application.

Hamilton Thorne's CEO Meg Spencer told Medical Device Daily, that one of the key factors in the excitement surrounding the application, which is aimed at the clinical and fertility markets, is its accuracy and ability to save time and money for clinicians.

"We're not interested in [Lykos] being just a tool, we want to really solve problems in a way that gives greater accuracy and saves money and time," Spencer said.

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