Knee Surgery

360 Med Care provides individually designed surgical solutions to help improve the outcomes for patients undergoing knee surgery. Combining our technology and data-driven clinical insights, along with surgical delivery tools and the patient partner program, our aim is to optimise the complete episode of care for every patient.

Data Collection and Patient Expectation

The Patient Expectation Management (PEM) Tool is a predictive model that that uses past outcome and patient data to predict the outcome for a new patient. Using Patient Reported Outcome Measures (PROMs), the model is fuelled by a Bayesian Belief Network – a series of probabilistic links that was developed using data from the US Osteoarthritis Initiative.

Predictive models can offer an alternative to selection criteria by providing more detailed information on expected patient outcome. The tool highlights patient factors to assist surgeons in management of patient expectations before their total knee replacement surgery.

Dynamic Knee Score

Knee Planning Online

The Dynamic Knee Score (DKS) is generated by simulating deep knee bend of the planned knee. Combining results from the knee simulation, CT anatomical landmarking, and PROMs 360 Med Care are able to highlight patients who may be predisposed to negative outcomes due to the interaction between anatomy, implant and surgical philosophy.

Anatomical measurements are highlighted graphically against the general population. This provides comparative information on patient anatomy, highlighting outliers early, to ensure appropriate precautions are taken in preparation for surgery.

Surgical Planning Report

Our surgical planning provides a patient specific pre-operative analysis for every patient undergoing knee surgery. The report includes a surgical plan aligned to the surgeon’s philosophy, and specific to the patient’s native anatomy and pathology, providing suggested implant size and alignment as determined by a kinematic simulation.

Interested in 360 Knee episode of care management?