Computer-Navigated Hip Replacement

Intellijoint HIP®
Intellijoint HIP®
The use of new technology in total hip replacement can improve many aspects of the surgical procedure and your outcome after surgery. Computer-navigated hip replacement involves getting special pre-operative x-rays to plan out your surgery in advance. During your hip replacement, Dr. Mercuri then uses a computer-navigation system to help him perform your surgery and achieve the plan.

Intellijoint HIP® for Computer Navigated Hip Replacement

Overview

As a navigation system, Intellijoint HIP® helps lower the overall rate of complication and increase accuracy in hip replacement surgeries. It allows the surgeon to achieve the most efficient and successful outcome the patient.

  • Suitable for primary and revision total hip arthroplasty
  • Compatible with any surgical approach
  • Allows for efficient surgery
  • Can be used with any implant

Value

Computer-assisted navigation optimizes implant positioning. It is shown to reduce surgical outliers and lower the rates of complications, hospital readmission, revision and re-revision surgery.

Accuracy Data

*compared to 3D imaging in a clinical study

** compared to radiographic measurements in a clinical study

*** compared to 3D scans in a cadaver model

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