Same Day Surgery featuring VISIONAIRE™ Cutting Guides and the JOURNEY II Total Knee System

 

Watch a surgical webcast on Same Day Surgery featuring VISIONAIRE™ Cutting Guides and the JOURNEY II Total Knee System.  Orthopedic surgeons Kenneth L. Cherry, MD and Christopher S. McClellan, DO, of the University Orthopedics Center in State College, PA, will perform this procedure at the Advanced Center for Surgery in Altoona, PA. 

The webcast will provide an “inside look” at the Advanced Center for Surgery in Altoona, PA, where Dr. Cherry and Dr. McClellan have successfully performed over 250 total joint procedures in an outpatient setting utilizing VISIONAIRE™ Cutting Guides and the JOURNEY II Total Knee System.  The audience will experience the entire process from understanding patient selection, pre-operative protocol, surgery, patient discharge, and post-operative care. 

The VISIONAIRE™ Cutting Guides utilize a patient’s own MRI and X-Ray to create custom cutting guides that simplify surgery by reducing instrumentation and surgical steps.  A dedicated engineer collaborates with each surgeon optimizing implant sizing, alignment, and designing cutting guides specific for each patient creating a personalized experience.

The JOURNEY II Knee delivers solutions beyond the traditional knee replacement providing Function, Motion and Durability through PHYSIOLOGICAL MATCHING Technology.

Previously live October 23, 2014, at 7:00 PM EDT and 10:00 PM EDT

Please join us for one of two LIVE webcasts on Thursday, October 23, 2014 at 7:00 PM EDT or 10:00 PM EDT.  Viewers are encouraged to submit questions, which the surgeons will answer LIVE during the procedure.

Participants

Featuring:

Kenneth Cherry

Kenneth Cherry, MD

Orthopaedic Surgeon

Christopher S. McClellan

Christopher S. McClellan, DO

Product Information

VISIONAIRE™ Cutting Guides Brochure

VISIONAIRE Patient Matched Technology is simplified surgery with personalized performance. The VISIONAIRE process allows Smith & Nephew to design and produce a set of cutting guides based on your patient’s unique anatomy.

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