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Glenoid component placement assisted by augmented reality through head-mounted display during RSA

Alexandre Lädermann, Matthias Zumstein, Mustafa Rashid, Sean Wei Loong Ho, Tomàs Rojas

This video, linked to a published article, describes glenoid component placement using a navigated AR system through HMD (Medacta’s NextAR Shoulder). The navigated AR system allows for a seamless transfer of the preoperative plan into surgical procedure. Intraoperative navigation allows for accurate glenoid placement, specifically when it is correlated in real-time with patient images.

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PD Dr. med. Olaf Rolf’s experience with NextAR Shoulder

Olaf Rolf

NextAR Shoulder is Medacta’s Augmented Reality surgical platform for total shoulder replacement.
PD Dr. med. Olaf Rolf from Franziskus-Hospital (Harderberg, Germany) has performed several surgeries using NextAR Shoulder since its introduction in the market. In this video PD Dr. med. Olaf Rolf shows his experience with NextAR Shoulder and the positive outcomes of one of his patients.

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A MySpine MC Success Story in an ASC setting: Nima Salari – MD

Nima Salari

Dr. Nima Salari, from the Desert Institute for Spine Care, discusses how MySpine MC can facilitate a smooth transition from the hospital to an ASC setting by eliminating the need for additional equipment, providing preoperative planning with a reproducible technique, and limiting radiation to the patient and staff. Listen while he shares how the guides provide the accuracy needed to minimize the incision, improve the fixation, and customize the surgery to the patient to enable success on the other end with higher fusion rates, less pain for the patient, and faster recovery rates.

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A masterclass on NextAR for shoulder surgery and knee replacement – Dr. Cox and Dr. Sukin

Dean Sukin, Robin Young, Wesley Cox

What is augmented reality and how can it improve the workflow in the operating room and patient outcomes in a sustainable way?

NextAR™️ is the first platform to offer augmented reality solutions for both joint replacement and spine procedures with a single hardware.

This innovative solution features advanced planning tools, a revolutionary tracking system, and augmented reality to support improved surgical accuracy and efficiency, with the added benefit of a low upfront capital investment and cost per case compared to other technologies.

Watch Dr. Cox and Dr. Sukin discuss with Orthopedics This Week NextAR in its CE-marked and FDA-cleared for knee and shoulder application and learn how the M.O.R.E. Institute supports surgeons in learning new cutting-edge technologies.

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MOTO Lateral Partial Knee – PKR Live Surgery – featuring P. Vererfve

Pieter-Bas Vererfve

Medacta MOTO Lateral Partial Knee is a compartment-specific, fixed-bearing solution for Partial Knee Replacement. MOTO Lateral implants are designed to replicate every individual’s anatomy in order to achieve optimal anatomic coverage, contours, size range and precise fit. MOTO Lateral instrumentation features a patient specific gap balance and alignment technique with minimized and precise bone resections, avoiding ligament releases. Within the MOTO System, implant design and instrumentation work together so that intraoperative decision making and flexibility are optimized for each patient. A unique education program created around the MOTO Partial Knee System provides top-level medical education and continuous support to ensure surgeons transitioning to using the implant have adequate support and are able to deliver the best possible outcomes to their patients.
Visit: https://www.medacta.com/EN/moto-lateral

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MyKA patient video: short version

Traditional surgical technique aims to give every patient a straight “knee alignment” even if the patient’s leg wasn’t naturally straight when healthy. With Kinematic Alignment the surgeon aims to restore the natural knee shape and alignment that each patient had when their knee was still healthy, for a truly personalized implant placement!

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AMIS – Patient video (US)

The anterior approach, strengthened by years of clinical experience, is the only technique that follows an intermuscular and internervous path and considerably reduces the risk of damage to the periarticular structures such as muscles, tendons, vessels and nerves. For this reason the AMIS approach is the ideal approach for atraumatic surgery which is fundamental for a fast recovery. patient.medacta.com

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Kinematic Alignment meets Kinematic Design

Robert Greenhow

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Medacta Indivualized Kinematic Alignment (MIKA) meets MyKnee 3D-printed patient-specific solution with a dedicated protocol and planning procedure to implant GMK Sphere medially-stabilized total knee. Watch the video and listen to Robert Greenhow, MD (Peak Orthopedics and Spine, Lone Tree, CO, USA) experience using MyKnee MIKA with to kinematically align his patients’ new knees using a restricted KA protocol.

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The MySpine Journey – Taeya Gurvine story

Brian Nielsen

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“It seemed amazing” those are the words of Taeya, a 16 years old teenage girl who won the coaches award for her activity in the high school cross country team, only one year after her personalized MySpine surgery.

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Knee patient video: Kinematic Alignment

Traditional surgical technique aims to give every patient a straight “knee alignment” even if the patient’s leg wasn’t naturally straight when healthy. With Kinematic Alignment the surgeon aims to restore the natural knee shape and alignment that each patient had when their knee was still healthy, for a truly personalized implant placement!

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