Monogram completes surgery from over 1,700 miles away.
“This was an incredible achievement for orthopedic robotics and medicine,” said founder Dr. Unis. “Despite being over 1,700 miles away, the real-time system was highly responsive with minimal latency. The applications for a robust system with these capabilities are tremendous. No system on the market today is capable of doing what Monogram just demonstrated.”
With the help of state-of-the-art robotic technology, the navigated mBôs prototype has demonstrated the possibilities for the next generation of surgical robotics. A replay of the event is available here.
“Our mission is to advance the standard of care in surgical robotics and orthopedics, “ said Ben Sexson, CEO. “I think we demonstrated that today with this historical demo. The achievement is a testament to our team’s remarkable dedication and commitment.”
Monogram recently announced it had initiated its final financing round as a private company before its planned listing on Nasdaq. Investors can purchase directly on the Company’s website. The company has applied to list its shares on Nasdaq. Once approved, Monogram will trade under the ticker symbol “MGRM.” For more information on how to purchase shares, visit www.monogramorthopedics.com.
About Monogram Orthopaedics
Monogram Orthopaedics is a medical technology company commercializing robotics and implants for the orthopedic market. The Company is based in Austin, Texas.
Monogram Orthopedics is changing the way orthopedic surgery is done. Our system combines personalized knee implants with precision robotic surgical assistants, giving patients a better-fitting knee replacement with minimally invasive surgery. 100,000 knee replacements failing each year in a $19.4B market represents an enormous opportunity for us.
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