ConforMIS News

Surgeon Resource Center

  • Monday, 3/14/16

    Customized TKR: What’s Next?

    Jose Rodriguez, MD discusses what’s next for customized total knee replacement, previewing iTotal PS

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  • Wednesday, 12/16/15

    iTotal PS

    Jose Rodriguez, MD is Chief of Reconstruction Arthroplasty and the Director of the Arthroplasty Fellowship Program at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York.

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  • Friday, 8/7/15

    Outpatient Total Knee Replacement with the iTotal CR

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  • Tuesday, 4/14/15

    Outpatient TKA: Latest Generation ConforMIS iTotal® CR Total Knee Replacement System in an Outpatient Surgery Center

    The ConforMIS iTotal knee system is changing the way orthopedic surgeons perform total knee replacements in the outpatient setting. The iTotal knee is a customized implant designed utilizing the patient’s CT scan and created based on the patient’s individual anatomy. The ConforMIS system drastically reduces the number of trays required for a total knee case,…

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  • Tuesday, 12/9/14

    iUni 2-Year Clinical Outcomes Data

    At the 2014 ICJR Transatlantic Orthopaedic Congress new two-year clinical outcomes data for iUni was presented. The prospective, single-arm, multi-center study was designed to evaluate effectiveness and long-term survivability of the iUni system. At two years the analysis included 118 patients (120 knees) and saw the following results: Range of motion increased an average of…

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  • Wednesday, 8/6/14

    New In-vivo Kinematic Studies Demonstrate More Normal Motion for iTotal®

    Two in-vivo kinematic studies presented at the ICJR Pan Pacific conference compared the motion patterns of patients treated with ConforMIS’ iTotal® versus off-the-shelf knee implants. Both studies demonstrated that the motion pattern and stability of customized ConforMIS implants, compared to traditional, off-the-shelf implants, more closely behaved like a normal knee. Replicating the motion of a…

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  • Friday, 7/18/14

    Retrospective study evaluating hospital outcomes and costs in patients undergoing TKA with iTotal® or off-the-shelf implants

    A retrospective analysis of 248 TKA hospitalizations for patients having received either a ConforMIS iTotal customized knee implant (126) or a standard OTS implant (122) between March 2010 and November 2013 was presented at the 2014 ICJR Pan Pacific conference. Patients with OTS implants demonstrated an adverse event rate of 13.9% while the ConforMIS rate…

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  • Thursday, 4/10/14

    New Clinical Research Highlights Benefits of iTotal®

    Results from the 2014 British Association for Surgery of the Knee (BASK) meeting highlight excellent patient satisfaction, normal feel and neutral alignment critical to long-term survivorship. ConforMIS clinical results presented at BASK include: “Early Outcomes Utilizing a First-Generation Customized Patient-Specific TKA Implant” (P0185). Lead researcher William Kurtz, M.D. shared the clinical results of patients implanted…

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  • Tuesday, 11/12/13

    New iTotal® G2 surgical webcast featured on OR Live


    Orthopedic surgeons Robert Tait, MD (Vice Chief of Staff at St. Rose Dominican Hospital Siena in Henderson NV) and Brian Parsley, MD (Houston Orthopedics and Spine Hospital in Houston, TX, Clinical Associate Professor at Baylor College of Medicine and President elect of AAHKS) participated in a live webcast discussing their iTotal G2 experience and early results. They also walked viewers through the surgical procedure while responding to questions from viewers. The archived webcast is available for viewing here.

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  • Thursday, 11/7/13

    ConforMIS complies with the Physician Payments Sunshine Act

    ConforMIS is committed to complying with all requirements of the National Physician Payment Transparency Program (Open Payments), a.k.a. Sunshine Act, which is a section of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010 that requires pharmaceutical and medical device companies to report to the Federal government certain payments and other transfers of value that they make to US physicians and teaching hospitals. You may download a copy of our Sunshine Act FAQ here.

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