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Five Considerations for Integrating Navigation into an ASC

This post is written by Brian Culp, MD, who is a joint replacement surgeon with Princeton Orthopaedic Associates. Whether you operate in an inpatient or outpatient setting, the value computer-assisted navigation delivers for total joint arthroplasty (TJA) is the same. It not only provides an improved level of accuracy, but also delivers an enhanced confidence …

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Navigating Uncertain Times

Photo by Anastasia Petrova on Unsplash This post is written by Armen Bakirtzian, CEO & Cofounder of Intellijoint Surgical and Founder of MIX. “Return to work”, “new normal”, “re-opening amid COVID-19”. These are all exciting yet terrifying phrases that many of us are grappling to understand as we navigate today’s shifting environment and its continuous evolution …

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Don’t get gamed. Understanding the Importance of CAS in Orthopaedics is Key

This post is written by Morteza Meftah, MD, Associate Professor of Orthopedic Surgery and Co-Director of Robotics at NYU Langone. Computer-assisted surgery (CAS) is the way of the future. While the academic community is still completing studies to help determine optimal cuts, or implant position per patient specific type, or deformity, navigation and robotics are …

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Embracing Simplicity and Flexibility: The Development of Intellijoint KNEE

This post is written by Samantha McCabe, Program Manager, R&D at Intellijoint Surgical and lead engineer during the development of Intellijoint KNEE™. Here she shares the foundational design principles behind its creation. Breaking industry trend, Intellijoint Surgical’s first product was a hip navigation solution. In 2008, Intellijoint Surgical® co-founders identified the lack of navigation platforms …

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