Robotic Knee Replacement

CORI Surgical Robot Based on Real Intelligence

Learn More About Robotic Knee Replacement (Orthopaedics)
As the only treatment for severe knee osteoarthritis, joint replacement surgery is one of the most frequent orthopaedic surgical procedures performed worldwide. Since the first knee replacement was performed in the early 1970s, numerous procedural advancements have occurred. All of these advancements are intended to provide functional restoration of the joint and pain alleviation to the patient, allowing the patient to live a carefree life. Robotic Knee Replacement Surgery is the next stage in the progression of these innovations. Orthopaedic surgeons have begun using robotics during procedures that require extreme precision, such as knee replacement. With innovative treatments from around the world, Jupiter Hospital caters to the requirements of its patients. In addition, a state-of-the-art robot of the second iteration is introduced for joint replacement surgeries at Jupiter Hospital. This surpasses previous navigation surgical techniques.

Certain components of traditional procedures are avoided, lowering the risk of problems, resulting in less blood loss during surgery and a speedier recovery. This is one of the most effective ways to use technology to achieve high precision and assist patients in returning to normal life and movement.

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Areas of Specialization

Arthritis

Arthritis is a disorder that causes swelling and discomfort in one or more joints. The most typical symptoms are joint discomfort, stiffness, and a restricted range of motion, which worsens with age. Osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis are the most frequent kinds of arthritis.

The primary goals of arthritis care are to minimise pain, minimise joint deterioration, and improve or maintain function and quality of life. A variety of drugs and lifestyle changes can aid in this goal and prevent joints from additional injury. The severity of the problem determines the level of care, which can range from anti-inflammatory drugs to Total Joint Replacement Surgery.

Total / Unicondylar Knee Replacement
  • By replacing damaged and diseased knee joints with prosthetic components, it is the most common orthopaedic procedure performed to facilitate pain-free movement.
  • Patients with extensive joint damage, accompanied by progressive pain and loss of mobility, are advised to undergo the procedure.
  • Knee replacement is intended to alleviate pain, increase mobility, and restore function.
  • The success of knee replacement depends on numerous factors, including leg alignment, implant position, and implant fit.
  • Implants available today can last up to thirty years.
Robotic-assisted knee Surgery

CORI, the most modern robotic knee replacement system of the second generation, is available at Jupiter Hospital.

  • It is a novel and unique approach that employs 3D image guidance and robotic arms to perform knee replacement surgery. The arms are operated by our professionals using a unique console.
  • The treatment works by virtually recreating the patient's anatomy.
  • The treatment allows for speedier recuperation and optimal range of motion while minimising the impact on daily living demands.
  • Many advantages of robotic-assisted knee surgery include precise surgical planning, increased precision, smaller incisions, more ligament sparing choices, perfect implant fit, improved placement, and superb soft-tissue balancing.
  • To give the patient the most benefit from the procedure, robotic precession is combined with the expertise of our doctors.
How does the Robotic-Assisted Surgery Work

The success of joint replacement surgery depends on the accuracy of the implant, the joint's alignment after surgery, and the ligaments' equilibrium during the procedure.

The robot informs the patient of the joint's unique anatomy, ligament structure, and intrinsic balance. This ultimately improves the surgery's success rate by allowing the surgeon to select the correct implant size based on the joint's precise morphology.

Comparable to using Google Maps. The Google map displays the distance between the two locations, as well as the best route to reach the destination. If you choose the alternative route, you will be redirected to the correct route. In a similar fashion, the robotic arm provides a precise route to the desired location. In addition, if the arm detects even a millimetre of deviation from the desired path, it will immediately halt.

A CT scan is utilised before surgery to produce a 3D model of the patient's knee. This enables doctors to place the implant more precisely. During the procedure, the robotic arm uses data from the 3D model to establish a designated space for the surgeon to work in, protecting them from injuring adjacent tissue.

In this approach, robotic surgery aids in achieving the desired alignment and balance. As a result, the procedure can be performed in the most precise and predictable manner possible.

Why to choose Robotic-Assisted Joint Replacement Surgery

1. Much lesser pain
Reduces pain and the need for painkillers by reducing inflammation induced by foreign bodies. Consequently, the patient appears less intoxicated.

2. Preserves the maximum native bone
The probe is used to create the incision during robotic arm-assisted surgery. There is no requirement to use a saw or blade, which reduces blood loss and bone disturbance.

3. Very fast recovery
Smaller incisions and improved surgical precision are used in robotic-assisted operations. This results in less bone and tissue disruption, which speeds up the body's natural healing process.

4. More natural feeling after surgery
The success of the procedure will be determined by the patient's level of joint awareness. In an ideal world, the patient would forget about his joint replacement operation as he went about his daily activities. However, in certain situations, ordinary tasks such as descending the stairs or kneeling might cause joint awareness in the form of stiffness, numbness, or discomfort. The implant is chosen using the robotic procedure based on the patient's particular anatomy, which enhances precision. According to specialists, the greater the precision, the lower the patient's joint awareness.

5. No extra radiation required
The surgical robotic arm is equipped with an enhanced robotic software solution that provides image-free, intelligent imaging. Characterization in real-time of bone and cartilage through collection of landmarks and mapping of points, without preoperative imaging. This technique substantially reduces the need for repeated radiation exposure, such as CT scans or X-rays, prior to and after surgery. This provides the patient with relief and a hassle-free procedure.

6. Unicondylar Knee Replacement
Historically, unicondylar knee replacements were viewed unfavourably due to the risk of failure, which necessitated total knee replacement or revised joint replacement. This technology has enhanced the success and predictability of unicondylar knee replacement surgery. Therefore, an increasing number of surgeons are willing to offer this option to their patients.

Cutting-edge technology at Jupiter Hospital

CORI, the most advanced robotic knee replacement technology, is available at Jupiter Hospital. It is the most advanced and efficient portable robotic system powered by Real Intelligence, designed to revolutionise the face of orthopaedics.

Robotics, software, smart tools, and data are all supported by the intelligent platform.

Enhanced robotic software solution that provides:

  • Image-free, smart mapping (No CT/MRI required)
  • Real-time characterization of bone and cartilage through landmark collection and point mapping, without preoperative imaging.
  • Real-time planning and gap assessment
  • Provides a 3D model of patient anatomy
  • Optimized* alignment and balance

Surgeon-controlled, handheld intelligence for a modern robotic approach

  • Enhanced robotic knee workflow that saves time in the O.R.
  • Portable robotics designed to offer the smallest footprint in orthopedics

Patient-specific planning:
Visualise incisions and gap balancing prior to bone preparation in order to avoid extensive ligament releases. Using mechanical alignment and ligament data, customise the plan for each patient.

Robotics-assisted bone preparation:
the handheld milling technique employs two control modes, exposure and speed control, which adjust automatically to execute patient-specific plans.

Ergonomically enhanced redesign of the autonomous handpiece

  • New bur designs delivering 2X cutting volumes
  • 29% faster resection
  • Cut more in less time.
Advanced Tracking System
  • 458% faster refresh rate*1
  • Designed specifically for robotic surgery
Customizable, surgeon-controlled planning:
  • Size, orient and align components virtually on a 3D model
  • Confirm implant placement relative to the articulating surface
  • Adjust implant placement to balance soft-tissue throughout the full range-of-motion (UKR only)
Robotic-Assisted Surgery@Jupiter Hospital

Pre-evaluations
When a patient sees an orthopaedic surgeon in the emergency department with knee pain, edema, and joint stiffness, the consultant may offer less intrusive treatment methods initially, such as:

  • Anti-inflammatory medications
  • Weight loss through diet and exercise
  • Cortisone shots
  • Physical therapy
  • Knee braces

However, if the symptoms are not alleviated by conservative treatment, joint replacement surgery can be of assistance. Before suggesting replacement surgery, the doctor will request that you undergo diagnostic procedures such as X-ray and CT scan.

Surgical Procedure and The Hospital Stay
After the surgery is scheduled, the patient must undergo additional testing, such as laboratory tests. The procedure is conducted by a joint replacement surgeon who is well trained in the technique as well as having extensive core knowledge and expertise in the field. The patient will be admitted to the hospital for 3 to 4 days, or as recommended by the doctor.

Post-Operative care
The rehabilitation procedure begins on the same day or the following day of surgery. The patient is instructed to take modest steps while walking with the aid. Physiotherapists recommend physical exercises to attain a near-normal gait pattern and maximum range of motion. The patient is instructed to continue the exercises even after discharge, and periodic follow-ups are conducted.

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