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AAOS 2024: Stryker’s Lisa Kloes On Triathlon Hinge Implant, myMako For Mixed Reality Surgery Support

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Stryker is showcasing its latest innovation in knee revision surgery, the Triathlon Hinge implant, and preparing to introduce a new myMako app to surgeons for anytime visualization and review of patients’ Mako surgical plans using Apple Vision Pro or iPhone.

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