Makoplasty Robotic Surgery with Total Hip Prosthesis
Makoplasty is an advanced technology for joint prosthesis surgery.
Proper placement and alignment of implant parts is critical in hip joint prosthesis surgery. Makoplasty System has the ability to make three-dimensional planning before surgery. The parts where the implants will be placed and the movements of the implant are digitally planned in the most accurate way on the computer. The system determines the patient's natural joint kinematics and calculates the proper placement of the prosthetic parts with high sensitivity and accuracy. This data allows the surgeon to plan and perform the surgery with the finest detail.
Makoplasty total hip replacement method, which is applied with the RIO Robotic Arm Interactive Orthopedic System under the control of the surgeon, minimizes the margin of error and makes the recovery process shorter, more painless and more comfortable.
How to Perform Total Hip Prosthesis Surgery with Robotic Surgery?
Computed tomography of the hip joint is taken before surgery. With the help of tomography, 3-D model images of the bone and joint structure are created. The model information is used in conjunction with the RIO software to plan the operation in accordance with the patient's anatomy. This software provides real-time information that allows accurate positioning and alignment of implants during surgery.
Correct placement and alignment of implant parts is critical in total hip replacement procedures. Even an experienced orthopedic surgeon has some margin of error when manually adjusting implant positions. If the error rate is too high for both implants, complications such as dislocation of the prosthesis, decreased range of motion, leg length difference, or mechanical failure may occur.
During surgery, the robotic arm provides the orthopedic surgeon with real-time visual and tactile feedback to the surgeon for optimal use of pre-made kinematic calculations of the joint prosthesis, while guiding the proper preparation and placement of the implant housing. When the surgeon performs the surgery, the robotic system prevents the surgeon from planning and making mistakes. This minimizes the margin of error by allowing the surgeon to achieve a highly accurate and highly accurate procedure that is specific to the patient's anatomy.
All prosthetic implants have an expected life span, which varies depending on various factors such as the patient's body weight, activity level and shape, the quality of his bone structure, and his physician's recommendations. Because of the high accuracy and sensitivity of technical measurements in robotic surgery, the implant can be placed in the most ideal anatomical position for each patient, thus reducing the risk of hip dislocation, greater leg height consistency and a significant reduction in the risk of mechanical relaxation. This contributes to the prolongation of the life of the prosthesis.
Advantages of Robotic Total Hip Prosthesis Surgery
• Use of advanced robotics technology,
• Provides detailed planning before surgery with high resolution, patient-specific imaging system,
• To be able to perform consistent, reproducible sensitivity surgical procedure specific to each patient,
• Application with a smaller surgical incision,
• Minimum tissue trauma,
• Maintaining healthy bone stock,
• Faster and painless healing,
• Returning to daily life more quickly,
• Significantly reduced risk of possible complications (such as recurrent hip dislocation, leg asymmetry, mechanical loosening),
• Prolonged life of the prosthesis due to the high accuracy of the prosthetic parts,
• Provides advanced detailed planning and appropriate surgical application, minimizes the risk of errors and increases the success rate of surgery.
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