Computer-assisted orthopaedic surgery (CAOS) is a type of surgical technique that uses computer technology to assist the surgeon during the procedure. It involves using a computerized 3D model of the patient’s anatomy to help guide the surgical instruments and implants with greater precision and accuracy. The technology can be used in a variety of orthopaedic procedures, including joint replacement surgeries, spine surgeries, and trauma surgeries. The benefits of CAOS include improved surgical accuracy, better alignment of implants, reduced surgical time, and potentially shorter hospital stays. However, not all surgeons are trained in CAOS, and it may not be appropriate for every patient or surgical situation. The decision to use CAOS should be made in consultation with a healthcare professional.
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