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Monogram Brings Robotic Knee Replacements Into The 21st Century

Medical technology and procedures are changing as science progresses. New technology replaces outdated techniques and equipment with the potential to improve the lives of many patients. Robotics is not new to the medical field, but innovations are changing how practitioners conduct surgeries.

Knee replacement surgery is a complex and costly endeavor that requires expertise and the best available equipment, yet these procedures have been suspended in time for decades. Patients have consistently had to deal with low surgery success rates and postoperative complications. 

However, times are changing. Monogram Orthopaedics is propelling robotic knee replacement surgery forward. How? By putting the patient at the center of innovation via proprietary AI, 3D printing, and robotics to improve success rates and achieve long-lasting wellness. 

This article will discuss what robotic knee replacement surgery is, the benefits, and how Monogram is reconstructing the industry. 

What is Robotic Knee Replacement Surgery?

Human knees endure a lot of pressure during a person’s lifetime, and knee joints are prone to injury or decay. It’s estimated that nearly half of American adults will develop osteoarthritis in at least one knee during their lifespan.

By 2030, knee replacement surgeries are projected to increase by a staggering 673% - 3.5 million surgeries every year. These numbers are high, but Monogram is developing ways to solve the growing market issues.

When it comes to robotic surgical procedures, surgeons use robotic arms to assist with certain aspects of the procedure, including making precise bone cuts and navigating small spaces with steady application.

A crucial feature of Monogram’s robotics is 3D imaging from CT scans that provide a detailed representation of a patient’s unique bone structure. During operation, the robotic arm uses the 3D imaging data to prepare the bone, introduce the implant, and check for any problems during the procedure.

The Benefits Of Surgical Robotics

Robotic knee replacement surgery offers several benefits for patients compared to older surgical procedures.

Customized, Press-Fit Implants

Innovations in implant construction use advanced machine learning software and 3D printing technology to generate prosthetics that perfectly fit the patient. Additionally, compared to outdated cemented implants, Monogram uses press-fit implants, which feature a porous surface that allows the bone to adhere to the metal surface naturally. Press-fit prosthetics have better long-term bonding and reduce breakdowns over time.

Accurate Pre-Surgery Planning

3D imaging provides valuable data for surgeons to create specific surgical plans specific to the patient’s unique anatomy. Now, surgeons can generate detailed and individual patient roadmaps to ensure the highest success rate.

Improved Precision

Knee surgery that utilizes robotic assistance drastically improves surgical procedures by using real-time imaging to map a patient’s knee anatomy. By doing so, robotics ensure precise alignments and prevent damage to healthy tissue.

Faster Recovery Time

Robotic knee replacement surgery is less invasive than traditional methods and avoids disturbing or compromising patients’ health. Consequently, patients heal faster and return to normal activities quicker.

How Monogram Takes Robotic Knee Replacements To The Next Level

The joint replacement market is $19.6B, and Monogram is positioning itself as a leader in medical robotics and AI-driven technology.

Past surgical procedures reveal that many knee replacement surgeries have a moderate success rate. Between 50-57% of revision surgeries are due to past surgical issues, and about 7-8% of patients need revision surgery. 

Monogram is determined to solve these issues by designing and building the next standard for orthopedic care. They use AI-driven software to map out a patient’s anatomy and customizable design implants that perfectly fit the patient. These implants also have lasting stability, conserve bone health, and reduce the effects of micromotion often found in generic implants.

When it comes to robotics, Monogram has also developed advanced machinery to deal with the intricacies of replacement surgery. Their robotic surgical assistants offer real-time tracking of the cutting tools for better accuracy. The robotic arms also have an increased range of motion that optimizes executions, and the rotary cutting system effortlessly excavates negative space during procedures.

Invest In The Next Generation Of Orthopedic Care

Monogram is transforming the industry with customizable implants coupled with the latest in robotic assistant technology. Joint replacement surgery is a growing market with favorable and stable returns for investors, and Monogram is positioned to serve technological innovation in the medical industry for years to come. Become a shareholder today.