The addition of the Mako Total Knee application with Stryker’s market-leading Triathlon Total Knee System expands the current Mako offering to provide a comprehensive solution in the robotic-arm assisted joint replacement service line. The total knee application was developed based on the Mako Partial Knee application. The combination of the Mako Partial Knee and Total Knee applications provides surgeons with the ability to offer patients a full range of knee replacement surgeries.
The outcomes you can achieve with the Mako Total Knee application has the potential to transform the future of your orthopaedic service line.
In 2017, over 705,00069 primary TKA procedures are forecasted to be completed in the United States. This number is expected to grow to 3.4870 million procedures by 2030, which represents 673%70 procedural growth.
Surgeons and hospitals are tasked with meeting the large increase in demand for orthopaedic procedures, while driving towards quality improvement to meet the needs of an evolving healthcare landscape.
Range from 7-20%73 and include: