|David G. Nazarian, MD|
While knee replacements are made better than ever, 20 percent of patients aren’t happy with their results. According to David G. Nazarian, MD, an orthopaedic surgeon, this is due to the fact that ligaments which stabilize the knees aren't always balanced.
"Oftentimes, surgeons jiggle the knee during surgery to get a sense of whether or not an implant was properly balanced," explains Dr. Nazarian.
This is now remedied by a new device embedded with pressure sensors.
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