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What is NAVIO for? Total Knee Arthroplasty

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Overview

Using NAVIO in total knee arthroplasty

Total knee arthroplasty failures and mostly attributable to instability and malalignment1, with stability and proprioception shown to affect patient satisfaction- particularly for high-demand patients.2,3

NAVIO has demonstrated more accurate bone resection and alignment, through intraoperative planning, surface mapping and full range-of-motion data collection, for reduced wear and higher implant survivorship.*4-12

Watch how NAVIO works in total knee arthroplasty:

See below for guidance on:

  • Image-free registration
  • Customizable planning
  • Bone preparation
  • Postoperative assessment

Image-free registration

  • a 3D model of patient anatomy is created through direct mapping of articular bone surface
  • Full range-of-motion data collection, including soft-tissue laxity
  • No CT, MRI or preoperative imaging required

 

Customizable, surgeon-controlled planning

  • Intraoperative patient-specific planning for implant placement and soft-tissue balancing
  • Solid surface and cross sectional joint representation, with 3D views of transverse, saggital and coronal planes
  • Confirmation of cut guide size and placement on the bone surface

Robotics-assisted bone preparation

  • Multiple robotics-assisted bone removal options with fine-tuning adjustments.
  • Virtual tool for varus/valgus, flexion and rotation confirmation both before and after resection.
  • Handheld surgical resection tool delivers the latest cutting technology
  • Robotically-controlled precision milling for greater control and accuracy during resection

 

Postoperative assessment

  • Gap balancing comparisons throughout range-of-motion
  • Confirmation of final long leg alignment

 

Measured resection Gap balancing


The largest portfolio of compatible implants

The NAVIO™ Surgical System is currently the only handheld robotics system for knee surgery and features the largest portfolio of compatible implants for total and partial knee arthroplasty.

Total knee implants


JOURNEY II BCS

JOURNEY II CR

JOURNEY II XR

LEGION Total Knee System Portfolio

GENESIS II Total Knee System Portfolio

For guidance on knee implant selection, please contact us

*compared with conventional techniques

 

References:
1)   Sharkey PF, Hozack WJ, Rothman, RH, Shastri S, Jacoby SM. Why Are Total Knee Arthroplasties Failing Today? Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research. 2002;404:7-13.
2)   Stiehl JB, Komistek RD, Cloutier JM, Dennis DA. The cruciate ligaments in total knee arthroplasty: a kinematic analysis of 2 total knee arthroplasties. J Arthroplasty. 2000;15:545-550.
3)   Moro-oka TA, Muenchinger M, Canciani JP, Banks SA. Comparing in vivo kinematics of anterior cruciate-retaining and posterior cruciate-retaining total knee arthroplasty. Knee Surg Sports Traumatol Arthrosc. 2007;15:93-99.
4)   Herry Y, Batailler C, Lording T, Servien E, Neyret P, Lustig S. Improved joint-line restitution in unicompartmental knee arthroplasty using a robotic-assisted surgical technique. Int Orthop. 2017;41:2265-2271.
5)   Batailler C, White N, Ranaldi F, Neyret P, Servien E, Lustig S. Improved implant position and lower revision rate with robotic-assisted unicompartmental knee arthroplasty. European Society of Sports Traumatology, Knee Surgery, Arthroscopy (ESS­KA) 2018.
6)    Jaramaz B, Nikou C, Casper M, Grosse S, Mitra R. Accuracy validation of semi-active robotic application for patellofemoral arthroplasty. Paper presented at: International Society for Computer Assisted Orthopaedic Surgery; June 17-20, 2015; Vancover, Canada.
7)   Jaramaz B, Mitra R, Nikou C, Kung C. Technique and Accuracy Assessment of a Novel Image-Free Handheld Robot for knee Arthroplasty in Bi-Cruiciate Retaining Total Knee Replacement. EPiC Series in Health Sciences. 2018;2:98-101. K.
8)   Data on file Smith & Nephew. Sg2 Healthcare Intelligence: Technology guide. 2014.
9)   Gregori A, Picard F, Bellemans J, Smith J, Simone A. Handheld precision sculpting tool for unicondylar knee arthroplasty. A clinical review. Abstract presented at: 15th EFORT Congress; June 4-6, 2014; London, UK.
10) Smith JR, Picard F, Lonner J, Hamlin B, Rowe P, Riches P, Deakin A. The accuracy of a robotically-controlled freehand sculpting tool for unicondylar knee arthroplasty. Congress of the International Society of Biomechanics. 4-9 August, 2013. Natal, Brazil.
11) Gustke K, Golladay G, Roche MW, Jerry G, Elson LC, Anderson CR. Increased Patient Satisfaction After Total Knee replacement using sensor-guided technology. Bone Joint J 2014;96-B:1333–8.
12) Gregori A, Picard F, Lonner J, Smith J, Jaramaz B. Accuracy of imageless robotically assisted unicondylar knee arthroplasty. Paper presented at: International Society for Computer Assisted Orthopaedic Surgery; June 17-20, 2015; Vancover, Canada.

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