Computer and Robotic Assisted Hip and Knee Surgery

Hardcover | November 16, 2004

EditorAnthony DiGioia, Branislav Jaramaz, Frederick Picard

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The book presents an overview of available Computer Assisted Orthopaedic Surgery (CAOS) solutions to assist with adult reconstructive hip and knee procedures. The benefits of CAOS in clinical practice include improved planning, increased accuracy, intraoperative information and guidance, andthe potential to enable less or minimally invasive surgery without loss of accuracy. The book reflects the current state of the art in computer integrated surgery, with the emphasis on clinically tested systems and procedures. The application of technologies such as surgical navigation and robotic surgery, medical imaging, surgical planning and simulation in total or partial hipand knee reconstruction procedures is presented. The range of currently employed approaches is covered, spanning from active robotics to navigation based medical images - either preoperative or inreoperative, and image-free navigation. The first part of the book offers the clinical rationale for the use of CAOS procedures, and describes the basic technological building blocks of such procedures and systems. The second part of the book describes specific applications in total hip replacement, total and unicompartmental kneereplacement, osteotomies around the hip and knee, knee ligament reconstruction and hip and knee trauma. The clinical goal, the technological approach, and the clinical results are outlined for every application. The book is intended for practising orthopaedic surgeons, fellows, residents-in-training and medical students interested in the latest technological developments in computer assisted surgery, as well as for engineers and developers interested in learning more about the interaction of advancedtechnology with orthopaedic clinical practice.

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The book presents an overview of available Computer Assisted Orthopaedic Surgery (CAOS) solutions to assist with adult reconstructive hip and knee procedures. The benefits of CAOS in clinical practice include improved planning, increased accuracy, intraoperative information and guidance, andthe potential to enable less or minimally inv...

Anthony DiGioia, Branislav Jaramaz, and Frederick Picard are all at the Institute for Computer Assisted Orthopaedic Surgery, The Western Pennsylvania Hospital, Pittsburgh. Lutz-Peter Nolte is at the Maurice Muller Institute for Biomechanics, Berne, Switzerland
Format:HardcoverDimensions:348 pages, 9.45 × 6.61 × 0.93 inPublished:November 16, 2004Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:019850943X

ISBN - 13:9780198509431

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Table of Contents

1. F Picard, J E Moody, A M DiGioia, B Jaramaz and D Saragaglia: History of computer-assisted orthopaedic surgery for hip and knee2. Rationale for hip reconstructive CAOS3. Rationale for knee reconstructive CAOS4. F Picard, J E Moody, A M DiGiois III and B Jaramaz: Clinical classification of CAOS systems5. Hardware components6. B Jaramaz and S L Delp: Software infrastructure for computer-assisted orthopaedic surgery7. R H Taylor: Robotic systems for orthopaedic surgery8. B Jaramaz: Surgical navigation systems9. Bauer: Total hip replacement - robotic assistive technique10. B Jaramaz and A M DiGioia III: Total hip replacement - navigation technique11. M A Rauh and K A Krackow: Rationale for computer-assisted orthopaedic knee surgery12. W Siebert, S Mai, R Kober and P F Heeckt: Total knee replacement: Robotic assistive technique13. F Picard, J E Moody, A M DiGioia III, B Jaramaz, A Y Plakseychuk and D Sell: Knee reconstructive surgery: preoperative model system14. S D Stulberg, D Saragaglia and R Miehlke: Total knee replacement: navigation technique intra-operative model system15. J-Y Jenny and C Boeri: Unicompartmental knee prosthesis implantation with a non-image-based navigation system16. F Langlotz, A F Hinsche and R M Smith: Hip and pelvic osteotomies17. R E Ellis, J F Rudan and M M Harrison: Computer-assisted high-tibial osteotomies18. F Picard, J E Moody, A M DiGioia III, V Martinek, F H Fu, M J Rytel, C Nikou, R S LaBarca and B Jaramaz: ACL reconstruction - preoperative model system19. T V S Klos, R J E Habets, A Z Banks, S A Banks, R J J Devilee and F F Cook: Computer assistance in arthroscopic anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction20. M Sati, H-U Staubli, Y Bourquin, M Kunz, and L-P Nolte: CRA hip and knee reconstructive surgery: ligament reconstructions in the knee - intra-operative model system (non-image based)21. J Petermann, A P Azar and L Gotzen: Ligament reconstruction in the knee: the use of the CASPAR system22. D M Kahler: Pelvic trauma23. R Phillips, A M M A Mohsen, W J Viant and K P Sherman: Hip trauma24. N Suhm: Long bone trauma25. A B Mor, B Jaramaz and A M DiGioia III: Accuracy and validation26. J Troccaz and P Merloz: Future challenges