The Institute for Orthopaedic Surgery adopts NAVIO surgical system — 3 insights

Angie Stewart -   Print  |

The Institute for Orthopaedic Surgery in Lima, Ohio, introduced the NAVIO surgical system, reports.

Three insights:

1. The NAVIO surgical system is indicated for total and partial knee replacement surgeries.

2. The robotic device is designed to improve implant placement and alignment.

3. The technology is expected to augment ligament balancing, leading to better outcomes at The Institute for Orthopaedic Surgery, according to orthopedic surgeon James Patterson, MD.

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