This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
Firm's second generation iUni unicompartmental knee resurfacing system is the only such device on the market with patient-specific jig instrumentation, which reduces the number of surgical steps during knee replacement, according to ConforMIS VP, Engineering John Slamin. The second-generation system, which launched last month after receiving 510(k) clearance, also features an improved design that reduces wear and iView patient-specific planning images that improve visualization for surgeons. The first-generation iUni launched in early 2008. ConforMIS also is preparing to file a 510(k) for its iTotal tri-compartmental knee resurfacing system (1"The Gray Sheet" July 13, 2009)
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