Indiana orthopedic hospital installs Stryker robotic surgery arm

Practice Management

Fort Wayne, Ind.-based The Orthopedic Hospital at Lutheran Health Network added Stryker's Mako robotic surgery arm, according to The Journal Gazette.

The Orthopedic Hospital has performed more than 50 operations with the technology, which it began using in October 2018, according to the report.

The Mako system is designed to assist surgeons in removing diseased bone and cartilage when implanting an artificial joint.

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