New Data and Surgical Experiences with OMNIBotics Ligament Balancing System Presented at Prestigious Orthopaedics Conference
RAYNHAM, Mass., Feb. 5, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — OMNIlife science™, Inc. (“OMNI™”), an established medical technology company targeting the $15 billion global hip and knee replacement device market, announced that several presentations about their breakthrough OMNIBotics Active Spacer technology were featured at the International Congress for Joint Reconstruction (ICJR) 10th Annual Hip & Knee Conference held in Vail, CO from January 18-21.
The ICJR focuses on providing a comprehensive orthopaedic learning experience for their members, delivering timely and relevant education. The more than 150 attendees learned about OMNIBotics Active Spacer technology in both a pre-recorded surgery presentation and a podium presentation. The surgery, “TKA Utilizing OMNIBotics Active Spacer Robotically Assisted Ligament Balancing System” was performed and narrated by Jeffrey H. DeClaire, MD, DeClaire LaMacchia Orthopaedic Institute, Rochester Hills, MI. The podium presentation “Ligament Balancing Technology in TKA” was given by John Keggi, M.D., Connecticut Joint Replacement Institute, Hartford, CT.
Dr. DeClaire commented, “With this new technology and the ability to capture accurate data, the Active Spacer can help to more accurately and consistently restore the normal soft tissue balance of the knee with the potential to improve patient outcomes and patient satisfaction.”
The OMNIBotics Active Spacer, with more than 150 procedures performed to date, provides the surgeon with a quantitative tool to actively manage the soft tissue envelope with dynamic real-time feedback. Since sub-optimal soft tissue balancing is a potential contributing factor to patient dissatisfaction with their knee replacement, OMNI developed this device to address that need. When the OMNIBotics Active Spacer is combined with the accuracy of alignment and bone cuts provided by the OMNIBotics system, the result is a completely customized procedure from both a skeletal and a soft tissue perspective.
“The Active Spacer provides the most accurate and useful information to date for achieving good balance in knee replacement patients,” stated Dr. Keggi. “Surgeons can now see the full motion and precise balance of the knee in real time, which provides important feedback to optimize the function of the knee.”
The OMNIBotics Active Spacer received FDA clearance in early September, 2017 and is currently in clinical evaluation at six sites in the United States and one in Australia.
OMNI is a privately held company with a proprietary robotic platform, OMNIBotics®, which allows surgeons to conduct patient-specific total knee surgery designed to enhance patient satisfaction and reduce hospital costs. In addition, OMNI designs, engineers, manufactures and distributes a wide range of proprietary hip and knee implants and is focused on providing cutting edge technologies to transform outcomes in joint replacement surgery and enhance a surgeon’s ability to help patients live active and pain-free lives. For more information about OMNI, please visit www.omnils.com.
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