Precision In Robotic Total Knee Replacement

Precision In Robotic Total Knee Replacement

Robotic knee replacement surgery has become increasingly popular in recent years due to its potential to improve the accuracy and precision of the surgical procedure. One of the key advantages of robotic knee replacement is the ability to achieve a higher level of precision compared to traditional methods. This precision is essential for ensuring the best possible outcomes for patients and reducing the risk of complications.

Precision In Robotic Total Knee Replacement

What Is Precision In Robotic Total Knee Replacement & How Is It Achieved?

Precision in Mako Robotic Knee Replacement refers to the degree of accuracy with which the robotic arm is able to perform the surgery. This precision is achieved through the use of advanced imaging techniques, such as CT scanning, which allow the surgeon to create a three-dimensional model of the patient’s knee joint. This model is then used to guide the Mako Robotic arm during the surgery, allowing it to make precise and accurate cuts in the bone and accurately position the implant. The Mako Robotic arm, which is controlled by Dr. Narayan Hulse, to perform the surgery is equipped with a camera that provides the surgeon with a three-dimensional view of the patient’s knee joint. This allows the to make precise cuts and accurately place the implant.

Precision In Robotic Total Knee Replacement

Precision & Improved Implant Placement:

One of the main benefits of precision in robotic knee replacement is improved implant placement. The robotic arm is able to place the implant in the optimal position, which can help to improve the longevity of the implant and reduce the risk of complications such as implant loosening or instability. This is particularly important in patients who have complex knee anatomy or deformities, as the robotic arm can adjust to the specific needs of each patient.

Precision & Improved Alignment:

Another advantage of precision in robotic knee replacement is improved alignment. The robotic arm is able to make precise cuts in the bone, which allows for better alignment of the knee joint. This can help to reduce wear and tear on the implant and improve the overall function of the knee joint.

Precision In Robotic Total Knee Replacement

Precision & Reduced Risk Of Complications:

Precision in robotic knee replacement can also help to reduce the risk of complications. Accurate placement of the implant and precise cuts in the bone can help to minimize the risk of damage to surrounding tissues and nerves. This can help to reduce pain and discomfort after the surgery, and also reduce the risk of long-term implant failure.

Precision & Smaller Incisions, Less Tissue Damage, Lesser Bone Cuts And Quicker Recovery:

The precision offered by robotic knee replacement surgery is crucial for a successful outcome. One of the main advantages of this type of surgery is the ability to make smaller incisions, which means less tissue damage and a quicker recovery time for the patient. Smaller incisions also mean less scarring and a more aesthetically pleasing result. The accuracy of the robotic arm also means that less bone needs to be removed during the surgery. This is because the Dr. Narayan Hulse can precisely remove only the bone areas that need to be cut. This helps in preserving the natural bone of the joint and also provide better results to the patients.

Precision is one of the most important factors that surgeons consider when performing any surgery, and robotic knee replacement is no exception. The benefits of Mako Robotic Total Knee Replacement can be summed up in a single word: Precision which ensures the patient is able to get accurate implant placement and ligament balancing resulting in lesser bone cuts, lesser damage to surrounding tissues, lesser pain, faster recovery, and longevity of the implant. 

If you are suffering from knee or hip pain and are contemplating robotic knee or hip replacement surgery, book your appointment with Dr. Hulse now!

Contact:

Hulse Clinic, JP Nagar: +91 948026000

Fortis Hospital, Bannerghatta Road: 080- 66214444

Precision In Robotic Total Knee Replacement

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