Kinos Medical Modernizes Ankle Replacement with New Technology

Kinos Medical Modernizes Ankle Replacement with New Technology
Historically, total ankle replacements have had low success rates compared to the more popular knee, hip and shoulder replacements. To put this into context, knee replacements have a success rate of nearly 96%, while ankle replacements succeed only 78% of the time, according to the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons.

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Fusion Robotics Goes Small with 4-Pound Robot

Fusion Robotics Goes Small with 4-Pound Robot
Fusion Robotics seeks to introduce the world's first portable spinal robotic navigation offering. It can easily fit within a suitcase for simple travel. The full system comprises five parts, including a laptop, USB localizing camera, O.R. table mounting arms, and a four-pound robot.

Muvr Labs Brings Wearable Technology to Joint Replacement Recovery

“Muvr is a full-stack recovery company,” said Robert Winder, Co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer of Muvr Labs. “That means that we have physical therapists to treat patients; we have technology that assists in the treatment of the patients, including wearable sensors and an app; and we also have technology that helps physical therapists get scheduled and optimize the route that therapists take when they're going to treat patients in their homes.”