Robot-assisted knee arthroplasty is a knee replacement procedure facilitated by computerised robots.

Initially the surgeon uses pre-operative 3-D imaging to plan a knee replacement procedure that conforms to the patient's own anatomy, and then during the operation a computerised robotic arm uses this information to guide the saw cuts through the bone

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Knee Replacement or Arthroplasty

Several discussions about the various kinds of knee replacement and their issues.

Professor Romain Seil discusses his own experiences regarding robot-assisted knee replacement

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CLINICAL PUBLICATIONS

Trends in computer navigation and robotic assistance for total knee arthroplasty in the United States: an analysis of patient and hospital factors Antonios JK, Korber S, Sivasundaram L, Mayfield C, Kang HP, Oakes DA and Heckmann ND. Arthroplast Today. 2019 Mar; 5(1): 88–95.


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eBook - Knee arthritis interventions when you are too young for a total knee replacement

Easy-to-follow eBook about what is available if you have knee arthritis and are too young for a knee replacement.