Smith+Nephew introduces robotic system for knee replacement

Alan Condon -   Print  |

The FDA granted Smith+Nephew 510(k) clearance for its Cori Surgical System on July 14.

Four things to know:

1. The Cori Surgical System is a handheld robotic device intended for unicompartmental knee replacement and total knee replacement.

2. The device aims to double the cutting volume and shorten procedure time, compared to the Navio Surgical System.

3. The Cori system is part of Smith+Nephew's Real Intelligence portfolio, which addresses clinical challenges through digital and robotic surgery, preoperative planning and outcomes measurement.

4. The company plans to expand Cori's applications to additional surgical areas.

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