UF startup Exactech, a developer and producer of innovative implants, instrumentation, and smart technologies for joint replacement surgery, announced today first surgeries leveraging the power of the Newton™ Knee, featuring new, user-friendly instrumentation and a modernized graphical user interface. With a rich array of pre-clinical data, the Newton Knee is at the forefront of Exactech’s focus to improve clinical outcomes by utilizing soft tissue balancing technology in total knee replacement patients.
“Optimal soft tissue balance, combined with personalized implant placement, has the potential to improve on the historical outcomes of knee replacement,” Dr. Huddleston said. “Exactech is yet again leading the way with the Newton Knee, merging well-thought-out design and leading-edge technology to deliver real-time operative insights for balanced knee replacement results.”
The Newton Knee platform features updated instrumentation that seamlessly integrates with the company’s flagship and award-winning Truliant® system. The instruments offer surgeons additional ergonomically designed options that allow for intra-operative flexibility. According to Dr. Ginther, “Exactech has made continual ‘smart’ changes to evolve the instrument portfolio into an even better and more user-friendly system. The integration of the new instrumentation provides critical intra-operative data regarding soft tissue balance, which I find invaluable.”Learn more about Exactech Announces Successful First Surgeries With Latest Instrumentation for Its Newton™ Balanced Knee Technology