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VERASENSE Has Shown Statistically Significant Improvement With PROMs And Physical Therapy Performance

Enabling a surgeon to make evidence-based decisions regarding improved soft-tissue balance, use of VERASENSE has shown statistically significant improvements in patient-reported outcome measurements (PROMs) and physical therapy performance during early post-op recovery and rehabilitation for TKA.

VERASENSE VS. MANUAL TKA BALANCING

57 Consecutive Sensor-Assisted vs. Consecutive Manual

All cases were performed by the same surgeon with the same implant system.

There were no significant cohort demographic or co-morbidity differences.

SIGNIFICANT IMPROVEMENTS VIGNETTE GRAPHS-01
CLINICAL ADVANTAGES GRAPHS-02-CRS-PG8-02

VERASENSE: highly statistically-significant improvement across all outcome measurements

  • Faster improvement in PROMS (KSS, Oxford)
  • Significantly higher Clinic ROM and improvement in Clinic ROM from Pre-op (P=0.002 and P<0.001, respectively)
  • More patients achieved active deep flexion during physical therapy (>115 DEG.) 52% VERASENSE VS. 42% MANUAL

AN INCREASE IN PHYSICAL THERAPY PERFORMANCE AND SHORT-TERM OUTCOMES

DURING RECOVERY AND REHAB SHOULD TRANSLATE TO SHORTER TREATMENTS AND

LOWER OVERALL COSTS IN THE COMPLETE TKA EPISODE OF CARE.

REFERENCES

  1. Breslauer L, Chow J. The use of intraoperative sensors significantly increases the patient-reported rate of improvement in primary total knee arthroplasty. Orthopedics. 2017 Jul 1;40(4):e648-e651.
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