Changing Mind-Set Spurring Robotics In Ortho Surgery
Robotic technology and navigation can elicit defensive views among orthopedic surgeons, but there is nothing to fear and all to gain. Modern implants and joint replacements perform so well that incremental product changes won't substantially improve outcomes; the only way to take them to the next level is through the use of robotics.
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