Computer Assisted Joint Replacement FAQs
What are the other synonyms for computer-assisted surgery?
Why do surgeons use computer-guided surgery?
What are the disadvantages of computer-assisted surgery?
There is a risk of infection in these pin sites. This infection can travel to the joints. It is important to be cognizant of these complications when the surgeon uses computer-assisted technology.
When do you use computer-assisted technology?
One major advantage of computer-assisted technology is that the femoral canal and the tibial canal does not need to be drilled while doing the procedure. This makes the surgery less invasive and also is responsible for less blood loss in the surgery and after the surgery.
What are the advantages of computer-assisted technology?
How is robotic knee replacement surgery different from computer-assisted navigation?
The earlier robotic technologies which were active were not very precise and were associated with increased risk of complications. Today’s technologies allow the surgeon to optimally use the technology to improve the outcome of the patients.
What type of imaging is needed for image-based computer-assisted navigation and robotic technology?
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