Robotic Technology

ROSA® Hip Robotic-Assisted Hip Replacement

Overview

Understanding Robotic Hip Replacement

You’re unique, and so is your individual anatomy. That’s why Zimmer Biomet offers ROSA® Hip robotic technology for hip replacement surgery. ROSA®, which stands for Robotic Surgical Assistant, is designed to help your surgeon tailor the placement of your hip implant just for you.

 

 

Is robotic hip surgery right for you?

ROSA® Hip uses data collected before and during surgery to inform your hip replacement surgeon of many details related to your unique anatomy that may affect your implant fit. By using this data to make more informed decisions, your hip replacement surgeon is able to plan for and carry out a personalized robotic hip surgery based on your individual needs.

 

 

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Benefits of Robotic Hip Surgery

Why Should You Consider a Robotic-Assisted Hip Replacement?



Robotic-assisted hip replacement with ROSA Hip offers a variety of benefits, including, but not limited to, precise and accurate implant placement.4 Learn about all the benefits here.

Reduced dislocation rates after total hip replacement compared to a posterior approach.5,6

Improved accuracy of cup positioning compared to traditional hip replacement using the same direct anterior approach.4

The direct anterior approach has been associated with a faster recovery and less pain.7

Less radiation than CT-based robotic-assisted total hip replacement.8

 

 

ROSA Hip Frequently Asked Questions

 

 

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Keep informed for your recovery

Wherever you are on your orthopedic journey, mymobility has the information you need to prepare for and recover from surgery.

Personalized support

mymobility® provides personalized support throughout your hip replacement journey.

 

 

SURGERY

Robots Used in Surgery

The idea of robotic-assisted surgery can conjure up some interesting images. In this article, Dr. Ballard discusses the role of robots during surgeries like joint replacement. 

SURGERY

Robots Used in Surgery

The idea of robotic-assisted surgery can conjure up some interesting images. In this article, Dr. Ballard discusses the role of robots during surgeries like joint replacement. 

 

 

References

 

 

Zimmer Biomet is a medical device manufacturer and does not practice medicine.

Not all patients are candidates for this product and/or procedure. Only a medical professional can determine the treatment appropriate for your specific condition.  Appropriate postoperative activities and restrictions will differ from patient to patient. Results will vary due to health, weight, activity and other variables.  

Talk to your surgeon about whether joint replacement is right for you and the risks of the procedure, including the risk of implant wear, infection, loosening, breakage or failure, any of which could require additional surgery. To learn more about Zimmer Biomet, obtain helpful information for patients and caregivers, or for assistance in finding a surgeon familiar with our products and surgical techniques, call toll-free at 1-800-447-5633.  To find a doctor near you, click the ‘Find-a-Doc’ link.

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