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Optimizing the success of surgeons innovating and commercializing ideas: 10 lessons learned

  • Michael Blackhurst
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    Reprint requests: Michael Blackhurst, BTech, Surgical Product Group, Fisher and Paykel Healthcare Limited, 3 Springcrest Drive, Karaka, Auckland, New Zealand.
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    Surgical Product Group, Fisher and Paykel Healthcare Limited, Auckland, New Zealand
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      Michael Blackhurst is a salaried employee in the role of General Manager of the Surgical Product Group of Fisher and Paykel Healthcare Limited.
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