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Oxford® Partial Knee with Signature™ Personalized Patient Care

On Wednesday, February 22, 2012 at 7:00 P.M. EST, Biomet Orthopedics will sponsor a live knee surgery featuring the Signature™ Technology for the Oxford® Partial Knee.  Orthopedic surgeon  Keith Berend will demonstrate how the technology works during a live surgery. 

The webcast will be moderated by orthopedic surgeon Michael Kolczun and viewers are encouraged to interact with the surgeons during the live webcast by emailing questions.

Watch  “Oxford® Partial Knee with Signature™ Personalized Patient Care” live from the New Albany Surgical Hospital in New Albany, Ohio on Wednesday, February 22nd at 7 PM Eastern. 

About the Signature™ System

The Signature™ system’s partial knee application utilizes MRI imaging to provide a consistent three-dimensional data set of the patient’s anatomy to enhance efficiency, and simplify partial knee arthroplasty. The intuitive layout of the Signature™ Partial Knee Planning Software provides a multitude of preoperative visualization options to fine-tune implant size and position and generate Signature™ positioning guides.

All Signature™ partial knee cases are planned as both partial and total knee applications based on surgeon preferences, allowing the surgeon to visualize critical anatomy and ultimately identify and approve the appropriate patient specific preoperative plan.

In the creation of patient-matched instrumentation, Signature™ femoral and tibial positioning guides embody the preoperative surgical plan as the basis for establishing femoral and tibial instrument positioning.

• Incorporation of standard cut blocks for intraoperative visualization and bone resections
• Tibial positioning guide provides captured slot for
vertical cut
• Ability to adjust resection levels intraoperatively
• Integration of alignment instrumentation for verification
• Bone models, available for each case, represent the patient’s distinct femoral and tibial anatomy and provide the following preoperative and intraoperative features:
- Resection landmarks and values
- Resection lines (representing
resection planes)
- Rotational axes of femur and tibia
- Guide registration area

About Biomet

Over 1 million times per year, Biomet helps one surgeon provide personalized care to one patient.

The science and art of medical care is to provide the right solution for each individual patient. This requires clinical mastery, a human connection between the surgeon and the patient, and the right tools for each situation.

At Biomet, we strive to view our work through the eyes of one surgeon and one patient. We treat every solution we provide as if it’s meant for a family member.

Our approach to innovation creates real solutions that assist each surgeon in the delivery of durable personalized care to each patient, whether that solution requires a minimally invasive surgical technique, advanced biomaterials or a patient-matched implant.

When one surgeon connects with one patient to provide personalized care, the promise of medicine is fulfilled.

Participants

Featuring:

Michael Kolczun, II

Michael Kolczun, II, MD

Orthopedic Surgeon

Keith Berend

Keith Berend, MD

Orthopedic Surgeon