September 1, 2007

Orthopedic navigation: Questions about long-term results and costs

By: OR Manager

Like a car's global positioning system (GPS), computer-assisted surgical navigation helps orthopedic surgeons get their bearings. A navigation system receives and transmits data about joint surfaces and placement of implants, displaying the information on a computer screen where the surgeon can view it.

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