The Robotic Assisted Joint Replacement system helps surgeons capture digital computed tomography (CT) scans of your knee. This data allows surgeons to determine where to place the knee implant.
During the procedure, the surgeon uses the robotic arm to precisely shape the surrounding bone before placing the implant. Real-time video images provide visual reinforcement, which helps surgeons navigate hard-to-see areas. The robotic arm will only operate in that predefined space, so there is no chance of an instrument slipping and injuring adjacent tissues.