COMPUTER ASSISTED SURGERY (CAS)

COMPUTER ASSISTED SURGERY (CAS)

HOW DOES COMPUTER NAVIGATION KNEE SURGERY WORK ?

Step 1

System can be compared with a GPS for automobile navigation.

Step 2

The Camera replaces the satellite.

Step 3

The Surgical Instruments replace the Car.

Step 4

Patient Anatomy compares with Road Map

Step 5

This System tracks the patient position & instruments during Knee Surgery.

Step 6

Computer calculates the position data & displays all information on the screen.

KEY DETERMINING FACTORS

  • Provides surgeon with enhanced surgical vision.
  • Provides a precise picture of each individual patients anatomy.
  • Increase in accuracy and precision of surgical interventions
  • Less invasive operations (no intra-medullary instruments)
  • Better planning and simulation
  • Step by step verification of surgical procedures
  • Reduction of radiation exposure for both patient and surgeon
  • Reproducible and comparable results
  • Reduction of “tourniquet time”
  • ower incidence of FAT EMBOLISIM complication.

ADVANTAGES OF “REAL TIME” CONTROL

During CAS the position of the surgical instruments and implants are displayed on the screen in relation to the patient’s anatomy.

Every cut taken can be controlled and verified throughout the operation. For this purpose position tracking and registration are required.

Our precision instruments are revolutionary for accuracy in
orthopedic surgery with evaluation of each surgical step through software.

We are giving surgeons this help and information,
but the decision still rests with surgeon.

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