NYU Langone First to Use Sensor-Assisted Orthopedic Device for Knee Replacement
The device incorporates sensors, microelectronics and wireless communication to provide the data.
Researchers at NYU Langone's Hospital for Joint Diseases are also using to the device to develop guidelines for best arthroscopic surgical treatment of specific knee injuries, as well as create a unique database and testing lab that may be useful for the development of future knee replacement devices.
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