OMNIBotics® in Oklahoma
OMNI has a long standing history in Oklahoma: with the first surgeries performed in Oklahoma City, and thousands of patients served since. Surgeons using OMNI products follow the same common goal: reverse the effects of arthritis using proven advanced technologies and return patients to their daily lifestyles.
OMNIBotics is the global leader in robotic-assisted total knee replacement, with over 15,000 patients served worldwide. By providing the surgeon with live computer feedback and robotic-assisted instrumentation, the OMNIBotics procedure provides superior outcomes compared to traditional knee replacement.
The features and benefits of the OMNIBotics procedure can be seen in the provided video animation.
Advanced Robotic Technology
Using patented OMNIBotics Bone Morphing™ technology, the computer creates a 3D model of the patient's anatomy, allowing the surgeon to customize the surgery to fit the patient's unique anatomy. This is all done without the need for costly MRI/CAT scans and their associated radiation risk.
The precision of the robotic cutting guide improves implant positioning for increased longevity1, while using a minimally invasive protocol that helps reduce trauma4,5 and promotes a quicker recovery.
Proven Clinical Results
One of the benchmarks of total knee replacement is to restore the patient's leg alignment within 3° of the mechanical axis. This is where the joint functions and feels the most stable. With OMNIBotics robotic-assisted instrumentation, this target can be acheived consistantly, ensuring optimal leg alignment and sugery success 2,3.
This accuracy, combined with the high performance capabilities of the APEX Knee system, enable consistant total knee replacement outcomes.
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1.Ritter, et al. “The Effect of Alignment and BMI on Failure of Total Knee Replacement”. J Bone Joint Surg, 2011; 93(17): 158
2. Revenga C, et al, Computer-Assisted Navigation Versus Conventional Total Knee Arthroplasty In A Spanish Multicenter Study. 16th EFORT Congress. London. 2014.
3. Koenig JA, Suero EM, Plaskos C: Surgical Accuracy and Efficiency of Computer-Navigated TKA with a Robotic Cutting Guide - Report on First 100 Cases. J Bone Joint Surg Br 2012 vol 94-B no. SUPP XLIV 301
4. Malhotra R, et al. A prospective randomized study to compare systemic emboli using the computer-assisted and conventional techniques of total knee arthroplasty. J Bone Joint Surg Am. 2015 Jun 3;97(11):889-94
5. Church JS1, Scadden JE, Gupta RR, Cokis C, Williams KA, Janes GC. Embolic phenomena during computer-assisted and conventional total knee replacement. J Bone Joint Surg Br. 2007 Apr;89(4):481-5.