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In conventional fracture surgery, the state of the fracture is confirmed by radiographic imaging, and the medical staff pulls the broken part from the outside and aligns the bone.
At this time, a fixing pin is inserted into the broken bone fragment so that the doctor can hold the pin and move it to proceed with reduction.
Unlike existing products, this device connects a hexapod-type device that can be operated by a motor to a fixing pin inserted into a bone fragment , and adjusts the bone fragment with an adjuster for accurate fracture reduction.
It can protect the doctor from the risk of radiation exposure from the C-arm, involving high strength and low weight characteristics.
Existing fracture surgery relies on the C-arm image (2D), which can make accurate 3D correction difficult; therefore, involving a risk of excessive radiation exposure to medical staff.
To solve these problems, the fracture robot system is an ultra-precise modular restoration system that can perform minimal invasive surgery within a short time while minimizing radiography.
Goat leg preparation
Fixing pin insertion
Robot ring installation
Matching Robot and Bone
Robot dismantlement &
Dismantling temporary fix
Confirming the surgical result
|Existing surgery||Clinical request||Experiment result|
|C-arm use||Average 280 times||140 times (50% reduction)||24 sheets|
|Reduction accuracy||10° or more error rate:
Femur (38.5%), Tibia (50%)
|2mm / 5°||1.72mm / 1.06°|
|Operation time||Average 141 minutes||Within 120 minutes||125 minutes|
Automatic reduction based on the movement route established via navigation Stewart platform with a 6-axis structure allows for a wide rotation correction range Detachable design for easier sterilization and cleaning Reliability and effectiveness confirmed through animal testing
Examples Of Robot Matching (Animal Testing)
Connect the robot and bone pieces using fixation pins
A 3D-Based Visualization System That Tracks And Shows The Location Of Bones In Real Time Real-time tracking of bone fragments for correcting fractures without the need for a tracking device 3D visualization intuitively displays bone fragments Surgical navigation system establishing a fixed goal and route of movement Proven reliability through animal testing
<Robot Integrated Type>
A 3D-based visualization system that tracks and shows the location of bones in real time
Robot intergrated Type
Even with the fixation pin inserted, intermedullary nails can be inserted into the bone marrow cavity to enable internal fixations Insertion into only one cortical bone helps minimize the risk of infection and Soft Tissue Easy installation to reduce surgery time Exploring clinical trials to verify technology reliability and commercialization potential
Existing surgical correction equipment is inserted into both cortical bones,
limiting the insertion of intermedullary nails
Our product utilizes a single cortical bone insertion
to allow intermedullary nail insertion
surgical robots and 3d navigation
for enhanced reduction accuracy
wearable robots and internal fixation and screw insertion for more convenient surgical procedures