While partial knee replacement accounts for less than 10% of all knee arthroplasty performed, studies have indicated the incidence could be 20% or more depending on timing of surgery with the disease process.1
Mako Partial Knee Technology facilitates enhanced precision2,3 and enables you to perform technically challenging partial knee procedures.
The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, April 2016, Volume 98, Issue 8, Pages 627-635
To evaluate the accuracy of component positioning to plan for unicompartmental knee arthroplasty (UKA) comparing robotic-arm assisted and conventional surgical techniques
Figure 1: Comparison of surgical procedures showing greater percentage of Mako Partial Knees within 2˚ of planned target value, FS = Femoral Sagittal, FC = Femoral Coronal, FA = Femoral Axis, TS = Tibial Sagittal, TC* = Tibial Coronal, TATibial Axial. * = non-specific parameter.