Ohio hospital marks 100th robot-assisted joint replacement


Fisher-Titus Medical Center in Norwalk, Ohio, completed its 100th robotic-assisted total joint replacement, the Norwalk Reflector reported June 29.

The hospital added Stryker's Mako robot in July 2020 through a partnership with Norwalk-based NOMS Access Orthopaedics. Fisher-Titus Medical Center was the first hospital in the region to use Mako for hip and knee replacements.

Mako provides surgeons with personalized plans, scanning patients to create a 3D model of the joint. It helps surgeons determine the best implant size and placements.

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