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ApolloKnee™


Designed to go beyond alignment to deliver personalized dynamic balance. We combine optimal planning, precise implementation and continuous learning to achieve the forgotten knee.

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Apollo empowers surgeons throughout the arthroplasty procedure with tools to create and precisely implement a personalized surgical plan for each patient. Surgeons can learn from past procedures by reviewing data from before and during surgery alongside patient reported outcomes.

Introducing Apollo™

Introducing Apollo™


ApolloKnee builds upon a decade of clinical heritage in robotic-assisted total knee arthroplasty with a focus on improving patient outcomes and providing an intuitive experience for surgeons. Revolutionary features include:

  • The pre-resection BalanceBot™, the first and only robotic knee balancer
  • Gesture-controlled workflow for increased control & efficiency
  • Autonomous planning for any alignment preference
  • An advanced cutting system for both femoral & tibial cuts
  • A compact design with multi-application capabilities
  • Seamless integration with CorinConnect™ the surgeon portal for streamlined follow-up, clinical research, and continuous learning
Now in Clinical Use

Now in Clinical Use


First user, Dr Jeff Lawrence of Wisconsin, USA said, "With Apollo, I can consistently achieve a personalized, dynamic balance of the knee and with fewer soft-tissue releases. Clinically, this results in less pain, better function, and improved outcomes for my patients. I have also been quite impressed by the new ApolloKnee workflow, which features efficient gesture controls and autonomous planning. I'm very excited by the experience from my first cases and look forward to bringing this technology to all my patients in the future."

The Apollo platform and ApolloKnee software application have USA FDA 510(k) clearance, EU MDR approval, and AU TGA registration.

Resources

Product Brochure

OPT REC MK 87 Apollo Sales Brochure Page 01

The Evidence Base

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