Save time, minimise processing costs and enhance procedure accuracy: three great benefits for the growing number of TKR procedures. Medacta’s innovative technologies meet the needs of surgeons and healthcare professionals through a unique and complete solution: Efficiency KneePack.
Efficiency KneePack is the New Gold Standard in optimising resources and healthcare supply chain management. This complete solution includes all the components needed to perform a Total Knee Replacement. Delivered terminally sterile in a single, lightweight box, to streamline instrument management and reduce surgery time, it provides huge economical and logistical benefits to every healthcare stakeholder. Experience:
The GMK SPHERE medially stabilised Total Knee Implant that has been designed to deliver maximum functional stability with the goal of increasing TKA patient satisfaction during activities of daily living and decreasing post-operative knee pain.
As an alternative, the GMK PRIMARY Total Knee Implant conceived and designed adopting state-of-the-art solutions that respect the natural anatomy and kinematics of the knee joint, is also available.
MyKnee patient matched technology that realises the surgeon's pre-operative 3D planning, based on CT or MRI images of the patient’s knee. This innovative platform aids accurate implant positioning, avoids violation of the IM canal and reduces the surgical steps for bone resection by up to 60%, potential benefits for both the surgeon and the patient.
GMK Efficiency single use instrumentation is a complete set of single use instruments that is delivered terminally sterile, to perform a TKR surgery. It has been created to optimise instrument management that provides significant benefits in the O.R. and throughout the hospital supply chain.
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