GPS Guided Personalized Surgery

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GPS Guided Personalized Surgery

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GPS Guided Personalized Surgery

ExactechGPS® is a compact, surgeon-controlled computer-assisted surgical technology that delivers reproducibility in total joint arthroplasty.

Merging powerful software and innovative instrumentation, ExactechGPS offers a real-time, patient-specific solution that is designed to improve patients’ quality of life.

Key Benefits

  • Personalized

    • Customized workflows based on surgeon preference with real-time data to plan, guide and verify
    • Imageless technology allows for acquisition of optimal anatomical landmarks during the surgery
    • Streamlined instrumentation options: Real-Time Guide, Ligament Balancing System (LBSIII), Adjustable Cutting Block
  • Efficient

    • Large touch screen tablet and proprietary camera located within the sterile field for easy access and improved line of sight
    • Active tracker technology and instrumentation designed to avoid dissruption, downtime or loss of real time information
    • ExactechGPS was shown to be time neutral when compared to conventional instrumentation1
  • Reproducible

    • High level of accuracy and precision within 1mm or 1 degree2
    • Supports precise component sizing and positioning, including rotation
    • Real-time feedback of anatomic and mechanical alignment and resection validation

Benefits of Computer-Assisted Surgery for TKA Procedures:

CAS has been shown to:
  • Improve short-term outcomes3
  • Reduce revisions4
  • Reduce blood loss5
  • Lower DVT6
  • Limit pain post-operatively7
  • Shorten length of stay8

How do you like to work?

ExactechGPS® Guided Personalized Surgery is customized for your surgical preferences and philosophies, supporting your unique approach with only the information that you choose.

ExactechGPS Knee Applications Resources

  1. Pasquale P. (2014) Navigated Total Knee Arthroplasty Is No Slower than Conventional Instrumented TKA. Presented at the 2014 ICJR Transatlantic Orthopaedic Congress.
  2. Data on file at Exactech.
  3. Rebal et al. Imageless Computer Navigation in Total Knee Arthroplasty Provides Superior Short-Term Functional Outcomes: A Meta-Analysis. J. Arthroplasty. 2013 Oct 17.
  4. Australian Orthopaedic Association National Joint Replacement Registry. Annual Report 2014.
  5. Conteduca et al. Blood Loss in Computer-Assisted Mobile Bearing Total Knee Arthroplasty. A Comparison of Computer-Assisted Surgery with a Conventional Technique. Int Orthop. 2009 Dec 3.
  6. Siu et al. Lower Post-operative D-Dimer Level in Navigation-assisted TKA than in Conventional TKA: A Prospective Randomised Control Study. J Bone Join Surg, 2015.
  7. Gothesen et al. Functional Outcome and Alignment in Computer-Assisted and Conventionally Operated Total Knee Replacement: A Multicentre Parallel-Group Randomised Controlled Trial. Bone Joint J. 2014 May 9.
  8. Dutton et al. Computer-Assisted Minimally Invasive Total Knee Arthroplasty Compared with Standard Total Knee Arthroplasty. A Prospective Randomized Study. J Bone Join Surg, 2008.