Navio® Surgical System
Handheld and In Control
The Navio surgical system features proprietary robotic-assisted technology that integrates handheld intelligent instruments with an intuitive CT-free registration and patient-specific planning process. The Navio unicondylar and patellofemoral knee replacement software applications guide the surgeon in creating implant plans that localize components and balance soft-tissue. The technology translates that information into a virtual surgical plan that removes the need for standard mechanical cutting guides and jigs. The handheld instrumentation uses multiple control modes to help the surgeon very precisely prepare the bone for implantation.
Key Features and Benefits
Produces precise, repeatable results for partial knee replacement.
Intraoperative mapping of anatomy creates a virtual 3D model providing visualization during surgery.
Powerful soft tissue balancing for post-op collateral ligament tension and implant alignment unique to each patient.
OR-friendly design and streamlined pre-operative set up integrates easily into existing ORs.
Open Implant Platform
With Navio, you’re free to use our Stride™ Knee System or any of our other partner implants.
Procedure Video Resources
Navio-Assisted Partial Knee Replacement Delivers Results
Unicondylar & Patellofemoral Joint Replacement Procedures
Navio Open Implant Platform Architecture
Giving surgeons the power of choice.
Blue Belt Technologies STRIDE™ Unicondylar Knee System
DJO EPIK Uni
Smith & Nephew Journey UKR
StelKast Unicompartmental Knee
Tornier HLS Uni
DePuy Synthes SIGMA HP Partial Knee system
Smith & Nephew Journey PFA
DuPuy Synthes SIGMA HP Partial Knee system
Please contact your local Blue Belt representative for information on availability of the listed implant partners in your region, or to inquire about availability of any systems not currently listed above.
“The Navio enables me to create a unique surgical plan and balance my patient’s knee virtually without the requirement of a pre-operative CT scan. With an established plan, the robotic handpiece assists me to precisely resurface the joint for bone preparation and plan achievement.”
Raul Marquez, MD
“Robotic assistance is now being used in over 15% of unicompartmental knee arthroplasties in the US, and those numbers are expected to grow globally, as data continues to emerge showing improved alignment and soft tissue balance with this technology. The Navio system is a natural evolution in robotics that dovetails with the trend toward outpatient surgery, particularly due to its highly affordable platform without the need for preop CT scans.”
Jess H. Lonner, MD
Resources | Navio Surgical System
*Carefully consider the risks and benefits of any surgical procedure. Certain patients should avoid a Navio procedure, including children, pregnant women, patients who have mental or neuromuscular disorders that do not allow control of the knee joint, and morbidly obese patients. Consult with your physician for more information and to determine if Navio surgery is right for you. Be sure to ask any questions that you have and that all of your questions are answered. No surgery results can ever be guaranteed, so it is important that you understand the risks as well as the benefits of any procedure.
Blue Belt Technologies is not a health care provider and is not licensed and/or qualified to independently evaluate individual cases or the clinical decisions of a treating physician. This information is intended to relay in good faith the experience and impressions of a treating physician, with the understanding that each case is unique and no medical or surgical outcome can ever be guaranteed.
Blue Belt Technologies is a developer and manufacturer of “smart” surgical devices. Blue Belt Technologies is not a health care provider and cannot give medical or professional advice. Any information provided by Blue Belt Technologies is for general, information purposes only, and is not a substitute for advice from a physician or other qualified health care provider.
This information is for general, educational purposes only and is not medical advice. Patients should carefully consider the risks and benefits of any treatment or surgical procedure and consult with a qualified healthcare provider. No medical treatment or surgery results can ever be guaranteed so it is important that patients understand the risks as well as the benefits of any course of treatment.
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