Connecting today’s orthopaedic technologies to improve tomorrow’s surgical outcomes

Today, every part of our lives is impacted by technology. This technology can be innovated and enhanced to create the future of how we connect. Corin is driving the future of orthopaedics by connecting intelligence pre, intra, and post-operatively in a never-before-seen orthopaedic digital ecosystem called CorinConnect. This integrated offering enables datadriven clinical decisions that ultimately improve surgical outcomes for hip and knee replacement procedures.

Corin Group offers a unique combination of clinically proven implant solutions that work in unison with cutting-edge technologies, known as OPS™ for total hip replacement and OMNIBotics™ for total knee replacement. The OPS technology was developed through the collaboration of expert biomedical engineers and orthopaedic surgeons. It uses specialized software to simulate each patient’s unique hip joint movement through a range of daily activities. These pre-operative simulations allow the surgeon to optimize many of the key parameters required for successful outcomes, including implant selection, sizing, and positioning. With OPS, surgeons can precisely understand the nuances of each operation before it has been performed — shifting complexity away from the OR so surgeons can focus more fully on the execution of their surgical plan.

Similarly, in total knee replacement, OMNIBotics™ captures patient-specific data which surgeons utilize to objectively predict sizing, alignment, and balance prior to bone resection. These parameters can be adjusted in real time, allowing the surgeon to visualize different outcomes before carrying out their final plan with robotic precision.
Traditionally, the assessment of knee balance and stability takes place towards the end of the knee replacement procedure and these assessments are largely subjective, dependent on surgeon ‘feel’ and experience. With the advent of OMNIBotics™ technology and the Predictive Balance™ technique, surgeons can quantitatively measure, plan and execute a more balanced knee leading to higher patient satisfaction.

Importantly, the immense amount of data generated by these simulation-based technologies is organized and matched with patient reported outcome data (collected in CorinRPM™ — the remote patient monitoring app) that surgeons can easily access in a cloudbased dashboard. Surgeons can review this anatomic and biomechanical data to observe individual and population-based trends. Over time, anonymized aggregate datasets have the potential to provide enhanced analytics and key insights to better understand patient and surgical factors that may be associated with enhanced outcomes. These connected technologies are helping to pave the way for the next generation of data-driven orthopaedics in Tampa Bay and around the globe.


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