The London-based company unveiled its Personalized Planning (powered by AI) and RI.Insights data visualization platform.
These solutions transform data into contextual intelligence, enabling surgeons to see how pre-operative plans and intra-operative decisions link to postoperative outcomes. This closes the feedback loop for Smith+Nephew’s robotics and digital surgery platforms, the company said.
Personalized Planning and RI.Insights help to expand the capabilities of the Cori robotic surgery system in knee replacement. The new addition enables surgeons to set the initial implant placement within the total knee arthroplasty procedure. They can base it on AI-guided reference values, their own planning preferences for implants and patient-specific deformities.
Smith+Nephew said its AI-powered enhancements enable customizable planning, both to surgeon preferences and patient anatomy.
RI.Insights also enables surgeons to reference individual case performance and benchmark data against and anonymized global database. It gives surgeons a simple and effective way to link patient-reported outcome measures to planning and decisions in robot-enabled knee replacements, Smith+Nephew said.
It features surgeon-specific dashboards for analyzing procedure data. That includes case times, resections and alignment and ligament tensioning data from the Cori digital tensioner. Smith+Nephew launched the Cori digital tensioner last month.