Robotic total knee replacement improves outcomes

A study finds that using robotic equipment in total knee replacement surgeries often costs more but may result in better outcomes for some patients.

Researchers also suggest that robotic total knee arthroscopy (TKA) may be a more cost-effective option in high-volume hospitals, where savings from reduced complications can help offset the higher costs.

Researchers at UT Southwestern Medical Centre, who published their findings in the Archives of Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgery, could help surgeons tailor treatment for patients suffering knee degeneration and pain or disability.

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