Computer-assisted surgery (CAS) for arthroplasty
Technology can sometimes be of great help in planning and performing surgery as accurately as possible.
We have access to multiple technological tools, which we use as required for certain complex surgeries:
- 3D planning tools to define the optimal size and orientation of the components to be implanted.
- Computer assistance and augmented reality or tailor-made, patient-specific, cutting guides to guarantee control and precision of the positioning of the implants.
Joint replacement assisted by three-dimensional planning and patient-specific cutting guides (patient-specific instrumentation – PSI). This technology makes it possible to check the correct positioning of the knee (left image) and hip (right image) implants. It is especially relevant during complex surgeries.