Since their inception, total knee replacement (TKR) procedures have come a long way. The effectiveness of this procedure has significantly increased as a result of numerous advancements in surgical materials, equipment, and methods. Innovation was always required to overcome the difficulties of accurate implant positioning and alignment. A new era of this innovation began with computer-assisted surgeries. In addition, robotics ought to set the standard for both the present and the future if we are to discuss recent developments and ground-breaking technologies.
Amicare Hospital is once more on track to provide the best surgical outcomes to patients in India with CUVIS Joint which is fully automatic Robotic Knee Replacement Surgery system.
The shape of the bone is also unique to each person due to their distinct faces. The patient’s bone is shown in 3D CT images by the robotic system, which the doctor can use to pre-plan the patient-specific surgery.
You will be guided by the robotic system to precisely cut what has been planned for each patient, preserving healthy bone and soft tissue.
The milling cutter has a lower impact on the patient’s fragile bone, lowering the likelihood of side effects like fractures.
It can furnish the streamlined careful arrangement with robot cutting innovation which gives safe medical procedure to patients and increments careful unwavering quality conveying a superior clinical climate to the two specialists and patients.
The BMM (Bone Motion Monitor) function offers unparalleled safety by detecting the patient’s slight intraoperative movement. The robot stops moving when it detects the patient’s movement and prevents errors caused by the patient’s movement.
MS. Orth. (Gold Medalist K.G.M.C)
M.Ch Orth., FAJR (Germany, Japan, Singapore)
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