A prize-winning computerised system developed jointly by the University of Hun and the JIun Royal Infirmary takes an image. guided approach to planning and implementing a trajectory in orthopaedic surgery .The Computer Assi$ted Orthopaedic Surgical System is a non-invasive, intelligent drill-guide, able to take up its position with the help of the surgeon and a computer, The positionisona trajectory which allows the placement ofa surgical implant at a specific site accurately, speedily and with minimal X-ray radiation exposure, The system is now beinge valuated for the repair of femur fractures, hip fractures and minimal access spinal surgery.
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