Robotic Knee

Knee replacement surgery with the ROSA (Robotic Surgical Assistant) robotic system is a technological breakthrough in the field of orthopedic surgery. ROSA is a robotic-assisted surgical navigation system designed to improve accuracy and efficiency in total knee replacement procedures.

ROSA Robotic System

Prior to surgery, a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scan is performed to obtain detailed images of the patient's knee. These images are used to create a three-dimensional model of the knee and accurately plan the surgical procedure.

During surgery, the surgeon uses the ROSA system to guide and assist in the precise placement of the knee prosthesis components. The system uses a combination of real-time imaging, optical tracking and advanced algorithms to help the surgeon visualize and plan the incision, as well as make precise cuts in the bone.

ROSA provides real-time navigation, which means that the surgeon can visualize on a screen the exact position of the surgical instruments in relation to the patient's anatomy. This helps guide implant placement in a more precise and personalized manner, taking into account each patient's unique anatomy.


By using ROSA, the placement of knee prosthesis components is expected to be more accurate and reproducible. This can help improve long-term outcomes, such as better knee alignment, more balanced load distribution and greater stability.

Some of the potential benefits of ROSA knee replacement surgery include faster recovery, less postoperative pain, less blood loss, lower risk of complications and longer prosthesis durability.

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Advantages of Robotic Knee Surgery

Improved Accuracy

ROSA uses advanced navigation and optical tracking technology to provide precise guidance during surgery. This helps the surgeon make cuts and place knee prosthesis components with greater precision, which can result in better knee alignment and more balanced load distribution.


Each patient has a unique anatomy, and ROSA enables detailed preoperative planning and real-time adaptation during surgery. The system provides accurate information about the patient's bone structure, which helps the surgeon to customize the procedure and tailor it to the individual needs of each patient.

MInimally Invasive

With ROSA, smaller incisions and more precise bone cuts can be made, which can lead to less invasive surgery. This can result in faster recovery, less postoperative pain and less risk of complications associated with larger incisions.

More Predictable Results

Improved precision and customization of surgery with ROSA may contribute to more predictable and consistent results. Studies have shown that proper alignment and placement of knee prosthesis components are associated with increased prosthesis durability and improved long-term function.

Less blood loss during surgery

The use of ROSA can help reduce blood loss during surgery, which may be beneficial for patients with pre-existing medical conditions or those who are at increased risk for complications related to blood loss. In addition, improved accuracy and efficiency can help shorten surgical time.