Cori, the surgical robot system, has revolutionised knee replacement surgery at Mediclinic City Hospital. This advanced technology combines the expertise of surgeons with the precision and flexibility of robotics to improve the accuracy and outcomes of knee replacement procedures. Here are some key features and benefits of Cori:

Precision and accuracy - Cori offers unparalleled precision and accuracy in knee replacement procedures. Surgeons can create a 3D model of the patient's knee, allowing for precise planning and execution of the surgery. This level of precision reduces the risk of errors and ensures a better fit for the implant.

Customisation - Every patient's knee is unique, and Cori allows for a high degree of customisation. Surgeons can tailor the procedure to the patient's specific anatomy, resulting in a more natural feel and function of the knee post-surgery.

Minimally invasive - Cori enables minimally invasive knee replacement surgery. Smaller incisions mean less tissue damage, reduced scarring, and a quicker recovery for patients. This approach also minimises the risk of infection and blood loss.

Reduced pain and recovery time - Patients who undergo knee replacement surgery with Cori often experience less pain and a faster recovery. This is due to the precise nature of the surgery and the minimally invasive approach, allowing patients to return to their daily activities sooner.

Enhanced longevity - The precision of Cori ensures that the knee implant is correctly positioned, which can lead to an increased lifespan of the implant. Patients can expect their new knee joint to function effectively for many years, improving their quality of life.

Real-time feedback - During the surgery, Cori provides real-time feedback to the surgeon, helping them make adjustments as needed. This ensures that the procedure is as accurate as possible, reducing the likelihood of complications.

Improved patient outcomes -Ultimately, the use of Cori at Mediclinic City Hospital results in improved patient outcomes. Patients can enjoy a better quality of life with reduced pain, improved mobility and a quicker return to their normal activities.

Research and development - The hospital's use of Cori for knee replacement surgery also contributes to ongoing research and development in the field of robotics-assisted surgery. This leads to continuous advancements in technology and techniques, benefiting future patients.

The use of Cori at Mediclinic City Hospital has brought about major positive changes in knee replacement surgery by offering precision, customisation, minimally invasive procedures, reduced pain and faster recovery times. This technology has not only improved patient outcomes but also contributed to the advancement of surgical techniques in the field of orthopaedics.

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