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      See how a robotic-assisted innovation could help with knee-replacement surgery

      Over three million people have knee-replacement surgery each year. The VELYSTM Digital Surgery solution takes data unique to each patient’s anatomy to help a surgeon perform a more personalized knee replacement—which can help improve patient outcomes.

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