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Modern robotic technology will advance orthopaedic surgery.

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Modern robotic technology will advance orthopaedic surgery.
Modern robotic technology will advance orthopaedic surgery.

King’s College Hospital London, Dubai has included ROSA, a sophisticated robotic surgical assistant, into their orthopaedic treatments as part of its mission to redefining the healthcare environment. This ground-breaking technology promises to transform local healthcare by enhancing surgical accuracy while also reducing patient recovery periods.

In order to assist surgeons during knee replacement procedures, ROSA was created. By giving precise instructions, this intelligent robotic device reduces the possibility of human error, increasing the overall precision of surgical procedures. ROSA, which is supported by artificial intelligence (AI), gains knowledge from each operation and continuously improves its instructions for better alignment and execution.

Modern robotic technology will advance orthopaedic surgery.
Modern robotic technology will advance orthopaedic surgery.

Before beginning surgery, surgeons take X-rays of the injured knee. These photos let ROSA create a 3D model of the patient’s particular anatomy, a tool that is essential to surgeons during the procedure. In order to minimize any human error and guarantee flawless alignment, ROSA provides real-time data that assists surgeons in precisely positioning knee implants during the process.

Following surgery, ROSA’s cutting-edge technology adapts to each patient’s particular anatomical characteristics, ensuring exact ligament balance and alignment. As a result, patients can anticipate reduced discomfort and scarring, a shorter hospital stay, and a quicker return to their regular life.”

Our use of robotics heralds a paradigm shift in medical treatment. Although there is a learning curve, the benefits are significant. Patients have significantly less blood loss, significantly less post-operative pain, and quicker recovery—often on the same day. It can be difficult to achieve exact knee joint alignment, even for experienced surgeons. However, with robotic assistance, we are able to site implants almost perfectly, claims consultant orthopedic surgeon Dr. Farid Ghasemzadeh Mojaveri.

Robotic help also results in less surgical trauma and a smoother, more balanced procedure without harming any supporting ligaments, as could happen with traditional replacements. The implementation of this cutting-edge equipment demonstrates King’s College Hospital London, Dubai’s commitment to offering cutting-edge, patient-focused care, the doctor continued.

The future of arthroplasty is robotic-assisted knee replacements supported by artificial intelligence, and King’s College Hospital London, Dubai is leading the charge in the region by fusing the skill of top British-board certified surgeons with cutting-edge technology.

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