Stryker unveiled Mako 2.0, the next generation of its total knee replacement robot.
Four things to know:
1. Development for Mako 2.0 was informed by mroe than 500,000 total knee procedures with the robot's first iteration, according to a March 8 news release.
2. Mako 2.0 has a new design and customizable workflow. It has three key components: 3D-CT -based planning, AccuStop haptic technology and data analytics.
3. More than 1 million Mako procedures have been completed worldwide. Mako 2.0 rolled out in a limited release in August, and more than 3,000 cases have been done with it.
4. Mako 2.0 will continue to roll out in phases in 2023.