MONOGRAM: The “Knee Joint” Replacement IPO

Modernizing the $19.6B Knee Replacement Industry

By Staff Reporters



One way to classify joints is by range of motion. Immovable joints include the sutures of the skull, the articulations between teeth and the mandible, and the joint located between the first pair of ribs and the sternum. Some joints have slight movement; an example is the distal joint between the tibia and fibula. Joints that allow a lot of motion (think of the shoulder, wrist, hip, and ankle) are located in the upper and lower limbs.


KNEE: No bones about it

The $19.6b joint-replacement industry uses outdated methods, leading to 100,000 surgeries failing annually. Monogram aims to fix it with precision surgical robots + personalized implants.



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