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AESCULAP® OrthoPilot® Elite
OrthoPilot® Elite is based on innovative technology and more than 25 years of experience. That combination takes standards of surgical precision to a new level. Many healthcare professionals are motivated by the desire to help people live better, more pain-free lifes. In orthopaedics, precision sets the standard for quality of life: a few millimeters or a few degrees often determine the long-term success of a procedure. That excellence is our ambition.
Quality of care redefined
Designed to make life easier: Documentation takes up a lot of healthcare professionals’ time. OrthoPilot® Elite frees surgical teams from these responsibilities, because it doesn't just display important information – it also documents it. Surgical results are displayed and documented in a clearly organized, informative final screen, including the resections performed, the implant sizes used, the pre- and post-operative leg axes, and the duration of the procedure.
In surgery, precise goal achievement, performance, and realtime information are crucial to the success of the operation. OrthoPilot® Elite gives surgeons exact, continuous feedback on implant and instrument positions. So you can make the right decisions based on even more solid information.
Technology creates a solid foundation, the surgeon makes the difference. Since the first surgery in January 1997 the OrthoPilot® has become a leading navigation system for orthopaedic navigation with more than 900 units in 41 countries. Today more than 1,500 surgerons world-wide use the OrthoPilot® navigation system in their daily routine. So far more than 300,000 surgeries have been accomplished.
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observed studies with a total of 8620 implantations
There is solid evidence that computer-navigated systems such as the OrthoPilot® for total knee or hip arthroplasties have a wide range of clinical benefits for the patients undergoing these very common procedures, including less blood loss and better postoperative function. For adequately experienced surgeons, studies have shown that these procedures do not lead to time loss, but might even be associated with time gain.Check out the clinical data