Artificial Joint Surgical Robot

Differentiated product and medical solutions based on cutting-edge medical technology

Process

  • STEP 1

    Patient Selection

  • STEP 2

    CT Scan

  • STEP 3

    Pre-Surgical Planning

  • STEP 4

    Surgical Implementation

  • STEP 5

    Implant placement

STEP 1.

Patients can decide upon robotic artificial joint surgery after consulting the doctor.

STEP 2.

CT scanning.

STEP 3.

The scanned CT image is converted into a 3D image in ORTHODOC, TPLAN.
The doctor diagnoses the patient’s condition and makes a surgical plan using the converted image.

TKA

  • FMA, TMA setting

    Mechanical axis setting between Femur and Tibia

  • Rotation

    Image based External Rotation setting of patient’s bone

  • Implant Selection

  • Virtual Surgery

    A virtual check of postoperative alignment of patient’s leg (Femur/Tibia)

* FMA : Femoral Mechanical Axis / TMA : Tibia Mechanical Axis

THA

  • Femoral Head Setting

    Position/size setting of Femur Head

  • Femur Cavity Adjustment & Alignment

    Alignment for implant insertion

  • Implantation

    Mechanical axis setting between Femur and Tibia

  • Synthetic X-Ray

    A check of implant insertion state after virtual X-ray surgery

STEP 4.

The patient is connected to the robot and fixed to keep still for surgery.
If the patient and the robot are connected, the doctor performs the registration process to verify if the 3D image of the patient matches the original surgery site of the patient.
When the registration is completed, the robot reviews the data finally and cuts the bone precisely in the size, position, angle, and direction of the implant decided in the surgical planning state.

STEP 5.

Insert and fix the implant decided and finished the surgery.