VIDEO: Consider robotics to evaluate knee kinematics, optimize function after TKA

Wailea, Hawaii — In this video from Orthopedics Today Hawaii, Ormonde M. Mahoney, MD, discussed how surgeons can use robotics to interpret posterior cruciate ligament function and knee kinematics during total knee arthroplasty.
Mahoney said robotics can inform decision-making regarding method of stabilization.
“We were able to avoid problems in patients with reduced function in squat or lunge activities,” he said. “So, that application of this technology is going to offer us an exciting opportunity to get more consistent outcomes in terms of patient function

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