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NAVIO Handheld Robotics

The freedom of robotics in your hands

The NAVIO Surgical System is designed to offer accuracy1-9, value5 and freedom at the cutting edge of robotics-assisted surgery; helping surgeons improve outcomes6 and patient satisfaction6-8 in total and partial knee arthroplasty.*

Now featuring version 7.0 software for a more streamlined surgical workflow, shorter learning curve and real-time access to intraoperative case information**.

Grow your practice, with the latest step in robotics technology

Currently the only handheld robotics system for knee arthroplasty

 Freedom: Handheld technology and a compact footprint for full portability across your OR and surgical centers. Find out why surgeons choose NAVIO 

Accuracy: Clinically proven to deliver the accuracy patients deserve1-4 for implant placement9, alignment9 and bone resection*1-9, and to help reduce procedural variation10.

 Value and efficiency: Image-free preoperative mapping, eliminating the cost and implications of CT scans11, with potential to expand your robotics portfolio with additional handpieces. Shown to have a lower cost of ownership compared to other solutions.5

 Patient satisfaction: With 25% of knee arthroplasty patients showing dissatisfaction12-15, NAVIO Handheld Robotics improves alignment, stability and proprioception16,17, which may help implant survivorship18 factors commonly associated with patient satisfaction19,20.

Give patients the confidence to get the surgery they need.

 

What’s new?

The next step - NAVIO 7.0 operating system upgrade

The NAVIO 7.0 software upgrade provides the next evolutionary step in robotic-assisted in joint surgery, delivering a surgical workflow designed to improve efficiency and usability, and further decrease the learning curve**:

Fewer registration steps

  • 72% reduction in required data point collection, with automatic landmark capture**
  • 40% reduction in workflow stages, with improved usability**21 and faster, image-free mapping 
  • 2.5x larger data point collection area, with faster surface model generation**22
  • Single stage, patient-specific planning

 

Find out more about software version 7.0

The largest portfolio of implants for robotic-assisted knee arthroplasty

The NAVIO Surgical System is currently the only handheld robotics system for knee surgery and features the largest portfolio of compatible implants for total and partial knee arthroplasty.

Total knee implants


JOURNEY II BCS

JOURNEY II CR

JOURNEY II XR

LEGION Total Knee System Portfolio

GENESIS II Total Knee System Portfolio

Partial knee implants

 


JOURNEY UNI Unicompartmental Knee System

 

 

 

JOURNEY PFJ Patellofemoral Joint System

 

STRIDE Unicondylar Knee System***
 ZUK◊ 

 For guidance on knee implant selection, please contact us

 *compared with conventional techniques
**compared to NAVIO software version 6.0 / 6.1
***Available in the US only

 

References:
1)   Herry Y, Batailler C, Lording T, Servien E, Neyret P, Lustig S. Improved joint-line restitution in unicompartmental knee arthroplasty using a robotic-assisted surgical technique. Int Orthop. 2017;41:2265-2271.
2)   Batailler C, White N, Ranaldi F, Neyret P, Servien E, Lustig S. Improved implant position and lower revision rate with robotic-assisted unicompartmental knee arthroplasty. European Society of Sports Traumatology, Knee Surgery, Arthroscopy (ESS­KA) 2018.
3)    Jaramaz B, Nikou C, Casper M, Grosse S, Mitra R. Accuracy validation of semi-active robotic application for patellofemoral arthroplasty. Paper presented at: International Society for Computer Assisted Orthopaedic Surgery; June 17-20, 2015; Vancover, Canada.
4)   Jaramaz B, Mitra R, Nikou C, Kung C. Technique and Accuracy Assessment of a Novel Image-Free Handheld Robot for knee Arthroplasty in Bi-Cruiciate Retaining Total Knee Replacement. EPiC Series in Health Sciences. 2018;2:98-101. K.
5)   Data on file Smith & Nephew. Sg2 Healthcare Intelligence: Technology guide. 2014.
6)   Gregori A, Picard F, Bellemans J, Smith J, Simone A. Handheld precision sculpting tool for unicondylar knee arthroplasty. A clinical review. Abstract presented at: 15th EFORT Congress; June 4-6, 2014; London, UK.
7)   Smith JR, Picard F, Lonner J, Hamlin B, Rowe P, Riches P, Deakin A. The accuracy of a robotically-controlled freehand sculpting tool for unicondylar knee arthroplasty. Congress of the International Society of Biomechanics. 4-9 August, 2013. Natal, Brazil.
8)   Gustke K, Golladay G, Roche MW, Jerry G, Elson LC, Anderson CR. Increased Patient Satisfaction After Total Knee replacement using sensor-guided technology. Bone Joint J 2014;96-B:1333–8.
9)   Gregori A, Picard F, Lonner J, Smith J, Jaramaz B. Accuracy of imageless robotically assisted unicondylar knee arthroplasty. Paper presented at: International Society for Computer Assisted Orthopaedic Surgery; June 17-20, 2015; Vancover, Canada.
10) Jacofsky DJ, Allen M. Robotics in arthroplasty: a comprehensive review. J Arthroplasty. 2016;31:2353-2363.
11) Ponzio DY, Lonner JH. Preoperative Mapping in Unicompartmental Knee Arthroplasty Using Computed Tomography Scans Is Associated with Radiation Exposure and Carries High Cost. J Arthroplasty. 2015;30(6):964-967.
12) Banerjee S, Cherian JJ, Elmallah RK, Jauregui JJ, Pierce TP, Mont MA. Robotic-assisted knee arthroplasty. Expert review of medical devices. 2015;12(6):727-735.
13) Urish KL, Conditt M, Roche M, Rubash HE. Robotic Total Knee Arthroplasty: Surgical Assistant for a Customized Normal Kinematic Knee. Orthopedics. 2016;39(5):e822-827.
14) Nodzo SR, Carroll KM, Mayman DJ. Disposable Navigation for Total Knee Arthroplasty. Am J Orthop (Belle Mead NJ). 2016;45(4):240-245.
15) Abdel MP, Oussedik S, Parratte S, Lustig S, Haddad FS. Coronal alignment in total knee replacement: historical review, contemporary analysis, and future direction. Bone Joint J. 2014;96-B:857–62.
16) Roche M. Robotic-assisted unicompartmental knee arthroplasty. The MAKO experience. Orthop Clin North Am. 2015;46:125-131.
17) Lonner JH, Moretti VM. The evolution of image-free robotic assistance in unicompartmental knee arthroplasty. Am J Orthop. 2016;45:249-254
18) Sharkey PF, Hozack WJ, Rothman, RH, Shastri S, Jacoby SM. Why Are Total Knee Arthroplasties Failing Today? Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research. 2002;404:7-13.
19) Stiehl JB, Komistek RD, Cloutier JM, Dennis DA. The cruciate ligaments in total knee arthroplasty: a kinematic analysis of 2 total knee arthroplasties. J Arthroplasty. 2000;15:545-550.
20) Moro-oka TA, Muenchinger M, Canciani JP, Banks SA. Comparing in vivo kinematics of anterior cruciate-retaining and posterior cruciate-retaining total knee arthroplasty. Knee Surg Sports Traumatol Arthrosc. 2007;15:93-99.
21) 20375 V1 500197 REVA NAVIO 7 All Knees Surgical Technique 0619. 14529 V1 500095 REVC NAVIO TKA Surgical Technique 0718.
22) Data on file-SP0028 REVAB 199983 NAVIO 7.

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