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Curexo’s DigiMatch Robodoc

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

Executive Summary

Image-directed robotic surgical system gains 510(k) clearance to prepare hip joints for replacement. The system allows surgeons to select "an ideal implant from multiple implant manufacturers after reviewing a detailed CT scan," Curexo says. Robodoc is the first active robotic system cleared for orthopedic surgery, the Sacramento, Calif., company claims. Curexo acquired the technology in 2007 with the assets of Integrated Surgical Systems

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