Robotic Orthopedic Surgery Patient Benefits

How does this technology Robotic Orthopedic Surgery help patients recover faster from joint pain?

1. Lesser pain

The technology Robotic Orthopedic Surgery ensures minimal blood loss and surrounding tissue damage.

2. Shorter Hospital stay

Lesser incisions, lesser trauma means that the body heals faster and the patient does not need to stay in the hospital for an extended period.

3. Natural feeling of joint

LEO2 technology Robotic Orthopedic Surgery gives accurate alignment, perfect sizing and implant placement that results into a perfect balance. The mobility that the patient gets is as close to the original human anatomy.

4. Faster recovery

Never before precision, lesser blood loss along with soft tissue and ligament protection speeds up the recovery process. 9 out of 10 patients were walking without an aid, 3 weeks after surgery. 85% returned to work 6 weeks after surgery.

5. Minimally invasive

The advanced technology Robotic Orthopedic Surgery gives the surgeon a virtual model in 3D. The incisions are the least a patient needs for corrective surgery. The haptic feedback ensures that only the planned bone is scraped and prevents extra removal of bone tissue.

6. Patient-specific pre-operative planning

The combination of CT scan and 3d mapping means that the surgery is adapted to the anatomy and offers a patient specific implant placement.

7. Improves implant accuracy

The virtual model and accuracy results in perfect alignment and implant sizing. It also offers excellent accuracy in cup placement with desired inclination and version.

8. Reduces complication rates

Post-operative issues arise when there is an alignment or balancing issue, infection and many others. This minimally invasive and perfect planning reduces margins for complications.

9. Reduces revision surgeries

Statistics show that 91% of patients were very satisfied or satisfied 5 years after Robotic Orthopedic Surgery. The accuracy results in reduction of revisions needed by the patient in the forthcoming years.

10. Lesser blood loss

This minimally invasive technique makes the least amount of incisions and this leads to lesser damage to blood carrying capillaries.

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