The NAVIO Surgical System provides accuracy, flexibility and confidence using real-time imaging, hand-held robotics, a portable cart, and now supports multiple implant options for total knees including the kinematically focused JOURNEY II as well as systems with a strong clinical heritage such as the GENESIS II and LEGION Primary1,2,3,4.
Dr. Bertrand Kaper will demonstrate the robotic-assisted technique during a live surgery broadcast from HonorHealth, Scottsdale, AZ and Dr. Jimmy Chow, St. Luke’s Hospital in Pheonix, Arizona, will moderate the program. Questions will be addressed during and after the surgery via a live feed.
Watch a live surgical broadcast featuring Smith & Nephew’s NAVIO Surgical System and the JOURNEY™ II Total Knee System on Monday, August 28th at 5:00pm MDT.
1. McCalden RW, Hart GP, MacDonald SJ, Naudie DD, Howard JH, Bourne RB, Clinical Results and Survivorship of the Genesis II Total Knee Arthroplasty at a Minimum of 15 Years, The Journal of Arthroplasty (2017), doi: 10.1016/j. arth.2017.02.006. 2. LEGION™ Primary Knee System: A Prospective, Multi-Center, Non-Randomized, Safety and Efficacy Clinical Study of the LEGION Primary Knee System for Primary Total Knee Replacement in Subjects with Degenerative Knee Disease. 10-K300-95301, 29 April 2014. Version 1.0. 3. 2016 UK National Joint Registry. Figure 3.16 (a). Page 100. 4. Smith & Nephew Literature: 02961 V2 LEGION Clinical Heritage Brochure 03/17.