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Robotic Joint Replacement

Robotic Knee Replacement Surgery is an evolution and a boon for the people who are in misery suffering from knee problems. It has brought new innovation and stimulated the growth of Orthopaedics field. The surgeons can effectively operate with least chances of errors. It has surpassed other methodologies and is continuing doing so.

Here the surgeon uses the handheld robotics to shape the surrounding bone before placing the knee implant. The results of this surgery are more accurate and reliable as it is possible to target only the damaged bone with exact precision. It assists both in partial and total knee replacement.

Robotic assisted devices can aid Orthopaedic Surgeon in performing precised knee replacement tailored to the anatomy of the patient.

In Robotic knee replacement, the damaged cartilage and bone are removed and resurfaced with prosthetic components with the assistance of robotic technology, which provides tactile, visual and auditory feedback to perform the surgery in greater accuracy.

How do Robotic Knee Replacements Work?

Cutting-edge robotic tools are used to create an ideal surgical plan for you, which optimize every step of your surgery. Cuts can be made with precision to the millimetre, picking the right implant size and positioning.

What are the Advantages of Robotic Knee Replacement Surgery?

There are several advantages of robotic-assisted knee replacement surgery when compared with traditional surgery. Advantages include:

  • Enhanced surgical planning: Specialized 3-D images are taken in preparation for and during surgery. These images help your surgeon more accurately plan the optimal type and placement of your replacement joint to ensure the right size and fit.
  • Greater precision: Robotic technologies enhance your orthopaedic surgeon's expertise for more precise planning, tissue removal and implant placement.
  • Optimal joint alignment: With robotic technology, your surgeon is able to better align and position your knee implant. This helps ensure a more natural-feeling joint replacement and create less friction and wear on your new joint.
  • 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.
The disadvantages of robotic-assisted joint replacement surgery include:
  • Possible need for additional imaging (CT scan) before surgery.
  • Possible risk of bone fractures where the navigation pins are placed.

Who is a candidate for robotic knee surgery?

Anybody can have a robotic knee surgery. It’s especially good for patients with challenging needs, trauma or prior surgeries to their knees. Surgery in those situations can be very difficult, and we anticipate that the robot would be very helpful.

Is robotic surgery better for knee replacement?

It’s too early to say if you’ll get better results with robotic knee replacement versus traditional surgical methods. But what we can say is that we expect robotic technology to continue to improve.

And hopefully, patient satisfaction levels will continue to improve, too.

Dr. Manuj Wadhwa
Years Of - Experience 20 +

Dr. Manuj Wadhwa

Chairman & Executive Director Elite Institutes of Orthopedics & Joint Replacement
  • Ivy Hospitals, Punjab
  • Ojas Hospitals, Panchkula
Awards Wining Doctor
  • 2 Times World Book of Records
  • 7 Times Limca Book of Records
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