The TSolution One Total Knee Application combines two exclusive innovations to improve total joint replacement surgery. The system consists of TPLAN, a 3D pre-surgical planning workstation and TCAT, an active robot.
FREMONT, CA:THINK Surgical, an advanced orthopedic robot technology company, declared the official launch of its new corporate website www.thinksurgical.com. The website displays the active robot included in the TSolution One Total Knee Application.
"THINK Surgical is proud to share our new and improved corporate website with patients and medical professionals who want to learn more about the orthopedic solutions we offer," stated Jay Yang, acting CEO, THINK Surgical. "THINK's new website chronicles the history of our company and features surgeon and patient perspectives regarding total knee replacement utilizing our active robot technology, which is truly revolutionizing orthopedic surgery."
The new website features a section for patients seeking information about osteoarthritis, the most common cause of joint pain affecting over 30 million adults. For many patients, treatment is a total knee replacement (TKR). The website is also a resource for orthopedic surgeonsandclinicians, in search of advance and innovative technologies to achieve positive outcomes in the treatment of patients with end-stage knee arthritis. In addition to the precision, consistency, andaccuracy provided by THINK Surgical's active robot technology, the TSolution One Total Knee Application provides surgeons a choice of implant options.
The TSolution One Total Knee Application combines two exclusive innovations to improve total joint replacement surgery. The system consists of TPLAN, a 3D pre-surgical planning workstation and TCAT, an active robot. The pre-surgical planning enables the surgeon to prepareanddesign, in a virtual environment, the patient's unique joint replacement plan using a choice of implant options. The active robot helps the surgeon in executing the preoperative plan with precise control, performing hands-free cutting of the bone for precise placement of the implant. Other surgical systems barely guide the surgeon.