Minimally invasive knee replacement
French surgeons benefit from computer assisted navigation technology to perform knee replacements. This knee navigation technology provides better alignment and overall results for total knee arthroplasty.
One of the most critical aspects of knee replacement surgery is to ensure proper positioning of joint replacement implants. Misaligned implants can cause increased wear and looseness of joint replacement.
With Computer Assisted Surgery (CAS), a computerized model of the joint is used to ensure proper alignment of the joints, based on bone anatomy and the situation of intraoperative ligaments. By following surgical instruments and components based on the patient's anatomy, it has been proven that the Total Knee Navigation software improves leg alignment and functionality.
keyboard_arrow_rightProven clinical benefitSeveral independent studies over the years have shown that using computer navigation for knee replacement surgery reduces the number of outliers and improves overall alignment, leading to better performance and longer life of the implants.
keyboard_arrow_rightSuperior soft tissue management for TKRToday’s active patients demand a ‘natural-feeling’ knee, so attention to soft tissue is increasingly important in total knee arthroplasty. Applications have multiple ways to assess and quantify the soft tissue envelope, including gap balancing and balance information through the entire range of motion.
keyboard_arrow_rightTruly open platform enhances implant workflow and flexibility
- - Multiple workflows
- - Balancing in extension and flexion
- - Gap balancing
- - Range of motion analysis