Robotic knee replacement allows for greater precision and can lead to shorter recovery times and better results. In more complex cases, a robotic-assisted knee replacement offers a better balance in the soft tissues around your knee, and better aligns the joint.
Knee replacement surgery using robotics sounds like a futuristic goal, but that future is now. Using robotics during surgery, relying on a machine’s precise movements to assist them with procedures that demand great accuracy.
Some patients feel hesitant when they learn about new robotic knee replacement surgery options. They wonder if they’re safe and if there are risks involved with this surgery. The truth is, patients receive many benefits when they choose robotic surgery.
Why Cuvis Robotic Arm And AI for Your Knee Joint
Cuvis Joint Robotic System is the most advanced surgical cutting edge robotic technology supporting surgeons with Personalised Preplanning and Precise Cutting for predictable and consistent results.
Every knee replacement surgery is unique, based on the knee anatomy and the implant used. The outcome of the replacement depends on how precisely the surgery is done & the alignment of the implants.
Patient’s joints 3D CT images are used by the doctor for pre-planning of the surgery personalized to the patient.
Pre-selection and precise insertion of artificial joint
The doctor uses the robot to select an artificial joint for the patient and insert it accurately.
Precise cutting for accuracy and optimum alignment
Robot reviews the data and cuts the bone precisely with respect to the dimensions of the implant decided during pre-surgery planning stage.
The advantages of the Cuvis Joint system were mainly attributed to its comprehensive pre-operative plan, intra-operative monitoring, patient specific and appropriate intervention by surgeons.
The precision of Cuvis Joint Robot system surgery allows for:
- More accurate implant placement results in a more natural feeling after surgery.
- Reduced risk of injury to adjacent tissues results in improved safety and reduced risk of infection
- Lower blood loss and smaller incisions, help in quicker recovery and less pain.
- Early Rehabilitation, decreased admission time and early discharge from Hospital.
- The potential for better long-term function
- Better implant survivorship and longevity
- Improved Quality of life