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: 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.
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