Dr. Signorelli describes the advantages of using a first-of-its-kind digital tensioning device connected directly to CORI™ Surgical System that provides objective gap assessment data before bony resection and optimizes component placement for a well-balanced knee.
Yeah. II, I think one of the real advancements of using the tension is that it allows us to be honest and objective with ourselves. Instead of requiring a surgeon to have at least 100 robotic cases or 1000 robotic cases or 10,000 knee replacements under the belt to really obtain a mastery skill. This allows a surgeon that's new to the platform to be able to have objective measurements and feedback for that knee inflection extension on the media, lateral sides and have a very easy to use interface on how to optimize the position of the components to end up with a knee that's very well balanced for the entire range of motion. I think the digital tension real benefit is that it allows us to be 100% objective with the input that goes into that patient's knee plan and the output. Afterwards. I think the you know the old saying in orthopedics is the best way to to ruin your outcomes is to have follow up. I think there's a way on each case for us to have objective feedback on what we're doing and be able to optimize both for that patient but for future patients.