Colorado hospital installs Mako robot

Written by Eric Oliver | May 28, 2019 | Print  |

Pueblo, Colo.-based St. Mary-Corwin Medical Center installed the Stryker Mako System to assist in partial and total knee replacement procedures, The Pueblo Chieftain reports.

Surgeons can use the system to plan out a patient's surgery with 3D imaging. Surgeons then use the robot to execute the plan during surgery. The Mako system ensures clinicians properly place a patient's knee implant.

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