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Take control. Get better.

RI.KNEE NAVIGATION puts the surgeon in control of assessing the individual patient disease state and predicting the knee stability over the full range of motion. Navigating gets even better* with a simplified, touch-free interface, pinless options and easy-to-use CLEARLENS arrays.

Take control

20% of all patients are unhappy with their total knee reconstruction.1
RI.KNEE NAVIGATION will help you to take control of gap balancing and soft tissue management.


Characterize the knee disease state to make appropriate treatment decisions for the patient.


Predict knee stability through the full range of motion based on joint mobility, cutting block position and implant geometry.


Verify resections, alignment, and knee balance to control the surgical result.

Get better

Get better patient outcomes with navigation

As shown in the Australian Orthopaedic Association National Joint Replacement Registry (AOANJRR), navigation helps provide better patient outcomes in Total Knee Arthroplasty (see Figure KT38).5

Figure KT38

Compared to conventional techniques, navigation provides:

  • Better alignment and fewer outliers2
  • 20% lower revision rate3**
  • Improved patient reported outcomes4

Get better
Get better

  • Get better technology in the OR
  • Get better support for different surgical techniques and philosophies
  • Get better visibility with CLEARLENS tracking technology

Find out more on RI.KNEE NAVIGATION:


RI.KNEE NAVIGATION Surgical Techniques:


Find out more on CLEARLENS:

1. Scott CEH, Howie CR, MacDonald D, Biant LC. Predicting dissatisfaction following total knee replacement. J Bone Joint Surg Am. 2010;92-B(9):1253-1258.
2. Mason JB, Fehring TK, Estok R, Banel D, Fahrbach K. Meta-Analysis of Alignment Outcomes in Computer-Assisted Total Knee ArthroplastySurgery. J Arthroplasty. 2007;22(8):1097-1116.
3. De Steiger RN, Liu YL, Graves SE. Computer Navigation for Total Knee Arthroplasty Reduces RevisionRate for Patients Less Than Sixty-five Years of Age. J Bone Joint Surg Am. 2015;97(8):635-642.
4. Petursson G, Fenstad AM, Gothesen O, Furnes O, et al.Computer-Assisted Compared with Conventional Total Knee Replacement: A Multicenter Parallel-Group Randomized Controlled Trial. J Bone Joint Surg Am.2018;100(15):1265-1274.
5. Australian Orthopaedic Association National Joint Replacement Registry (AOANJRR). Hip, Knee & Shoulder Arthroplasty: 2019Annual Report. Adelaide: AOA, 2019.

*Compared to previous versions of knee navigation which RI.KNEE NAVIGATION is built on.
** For patients <65 years old