Computer Assisted/Navigated

Computer Assisted/Navigated

Surgical navigation is the term used to describe the actual intervention in computer-assisted surgery. The surgeon utilises specialised tools that the navigation system tracks while using the surgical navigation system. The use of computer tracking devices to help with alignment during a range of orthopaedic operations is known as computer-assisted navigation (CAN) (i.e. total hip arthroplasty, total knee arthroplasty). The purpose of CAN is to improve surgical precision and lessen the possibility of implant malposition.

The most important development in total knee arthroplasty instrumentation during the past ten years has been navigation. With the ability for intraoperative simulation and objective control over a variety of anatomical and surgical factors and references, it gives doctors a precise instrument for doing surgery.

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