Exactech Combines Computer Technology and Instrumentation for Revision Knee Surgery (BusinessWire)

Exactech Combines Computer Technology and Instrumentation for Revision Knee Surgery (BusinessWire)

UF startup Exactech, a developer and producer of bone and joint restoration products and biologic solutions for extremities, knee and hip, announced that two of its leading technologies were used in combination for the first time to support a revision total knee surgery. Bernard Stulberg, MD, at the St. Vincent Charity Medical Center in Cleveland, Ohio, performed the first case using the new ExactechGPS® revision knee software application (RTKA), along with the company’s award-winning Truliant® Knee System instrumentation.

ExactechGPS is a surgeon-controlled, computer-assisted surgical technology that provides real-time, intraoperative data during total joint arthroplasty. The RTKA application helps orthopaedic surgeons address complex primary and challenging revision cases by providing insights into the diseased joint, feedback of anatomical and mechanical alignment, component sizing and resection validation.

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