Illinois hospital adds Rosa Knee

Carly Behm -   Print  |

Geneseo, Ill.-based Hammond Henry Hospital added Zimmer Biomet's Rosa Knee for total joint replacements.

This is the second robot the hospital has acquired, according to a March 24 news release. The hospital has had the daVinci since 2016.

Orthopedic surgeon Mark Stewart, MD, of Moline, Ill.-based Ora Orthopedics was trained to use the Rosa knee at the hospital.

"The robot is essential for improving outcomes with regards to decreased pain and improved motion in complex arthritic knees," he said.

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