Medical technology company Stryker has introduced the fully autonomous system, Ortho Q Guidance, which can be easily controlled by the surgeon from the sterile field.

The system integrates new optical tracking options through a redesigned camera with algorithms of the new Ortho Guidance software for offering additional surgical planning and guidance capabilities.

This software, when used with Ortho Q, for Express Knee, improves procedural speed and efficiency through a smart and streamlined workflow.

It serves as a planning and intraoperative guidance system for Express Knee, Precision Knee and Versatile Hip.

The Ortho Q system features a robotics-ready platform that includes dual PCs and a quick-refresh camera.

Its implant-agnostic software helps surgeons select the implant of choice and allow facilities to meet the entire service line requirements in one platform.

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The Triathlon implant dedicated software of the Ortho Q Guidance system will deliver additional clinical feedback to surgeons.

In addition, as the system has a small footprint it can be used in the operating room and the ASC setting.

Stryker Orthopaedic Instruments business general manager and vice-president Bill Scott said: “Ortho Q was designed specifically for our orthopaedic customers and is the culmination of a multiyear collaboration between teams in India, Germany and the US.

“This platform builds a foundation for the future of orthopaedic surgical capability.”

In February this year, Stryker received 510(k) clearance from the US Food and Drug Administration for its Q Guidance System with Cranial Guidance Software for cranial applications.

In September last year, the company launched the system for spinal applications.