Corin's Optimized Positioning System (OPS) has surpassed 20,000 total hip procedures worldwide.
OPS was first introduced on the Australian market in 2013 and in the U.S. in 2017.
The technology employs imaging protocol and computational modelling to simulate how a patient’s hip joint moves through a range of functional activities. This assists in creating a pre-operative plan that can be executed through patient-specific instrumentation to ensure accuracy.
In 2020, the company received FDA 510(k) clearance for interactive, cloud-based software, OPSInsight™, to help visualize and adjust fundamental biomechanical parameters including leg length and offset, and change implant position, size and type, all in real time.
OPS is now available in 13 countries and used by almost 400 surgeons around the globe.
The OPSInsight software officially launches in 2021 along with a post-operative analysis tool, OPSReView™, as part of CorinConnect™ which provides a centralised dashboard for healthcare providers to collect and understand all factors within the joint replacement experience.