There are many published clinical papers on the benefits of performing knee replacement surgery with surgical navigation technologies or computer assisted surgery systems. The summaries and conclusions in this section have all been reached in clinical studies using technology developed by Brainlab. Download all or individual research relating to increased accuracy in knee. Download All Research
“Meta-analysis of alignment outcomes in computer-assisted total knee arthroplasty surgery.”; J Arthroplasty, 2007, 22(8), 1097-1106; Mason J.B. et al. Download Research
“Computer-Assisted Techniques Versus Conventional Guides for Component Alignment in Total Knee Arthroplasty. A Randomized Controlled Trial.”; J Bone J Surg Am. 2011; 93:1377-84; Blakeney W. G. et al. Download Research
“Imageless computer assisted versus conventional total knee replacement. A Bayesian meta-analysis of 23 comparative studies.”; Int Orthop 2010 Apr 8; published online; Brin Y.S. et al. Download Research
Clinical studies were conducted by independent third party medical providers, and in some cases, with Brainlab personnel support.