Fortunately for Mr Will Aston and thousands of other orthopaedic surgeons, the answer is ‘no’, but allow it to assist
A quick introduction to the article written by Mr Will Aston in The Telegraphs - The Good Life
Currently, robots can’t autonomously perform a knee or hip replacement and are unlikely to be able to do so for the foreseeable future. Robots such as Stryker’s Mako have been utilised as new technology to help orthopaedic surgeon improve the accuracy of implant positioning.
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