Stryker’s navigation systems include the Stryker NAV3i Platform, the Stryker NAV3 Platform and the seamlessly integrated NavSuite Operating Room. These systems have the performance specifications, flexibility and accessories you would expect from a top of the line navigation company. Each computer assisted surgical solution features the Stryker digital camera technology, dual monitors, and maximum options exemplifying Stryker Navigation’s commitment to ease of use and performance across all specialties. 



The NAV3 is Stryker’s next generation of surgical navigation platforms. With its sleek design and footprint, this mobile unit is fully equipped to bring the ultimate navigation experience, while integrating seamlessly into the operating room. The NAV3 provides enhanced visualisation and revolutionises the user experience, while delivering the accuracy that Stryker is known for.

Stryker’s proprietary tracking technology has produced the most accurate optical navigation camera on the market.1 When that industry-leading accuracy is combined with Stryker Navigation’s Smart Instruments, the result is absolute control, where the surgeon is able to completely control the software from the sterile field.

Features & Benefits

Features & Benefits

  • Stryker’s proprietary navigation camera, with active technology
  • 24" Full HD surgeon monitor
  • Full HD touchpad user interface with RFID-reader
  • Stryker industrial PC with Intel® Core™ i5 processor
  • Sleek and maneuverable camera arm
  • Computer interface for video (BNC, S-Video), USB and LAN connections
  • Portable and mobile design – approximately 100 lbs.
  • Small footprint – 26.0" x 25.6"
OrthoMap Express Knee

OrthoMap Express Knee

OrthoMap Express Knee is a simplified solution to incorporate navigation into total knee replacement procedures. Quickly navigate and verify distal femur resections, proximal tibia resections, and femoral rotation, without compromising Operating Theatre efficiency.

  • Rapid Patient Registration - Only six landmarks required
  • Cut-Check Verification Only - Verifies distal femoral resections and proximal tibia resections without having to conduct an anatomy survey
  • Flexible - Customisable workflow options to accommodate surgeon preferences and can be used with any implant system
  • Less Invasive - Patient navigation tracker pins are placed on the articular surface (no additional skin incisions are required)
  • Streamline Instrument Utilization - May help reduce the number of instrument trays needed per case (potential instrumentation reductions of up to 80%)2; helping to reduce complexity, weight, volume of instruments and their related costs


OrthoMap Precision Knee

OrthoMap Precision Knee

Automatic Implant Sizing and Positioning - Based on each patient’s unique anatomy, Stryker’s sophisticated sizing and positioning algorithm offers enhanced visualisation of the anterior match to calculate the optimal implant size, flexion, and AP position to avoid notching.

Fit Analysis - The amount of uncovered bone above and below the implant’s anterior flange and the maximum gap between the implant’s anterior flange and the bony anatomy is represented graphically and numerically, in real time, prior to resections.

Intuitive Software Solutions - The Reactive Workflow feature seamlessly maneuvers through kinematic and resection screens based upon the position of the trackers, eliminating the need for user interaction.

Custom Workflow Options - Customisable workflow allows surgeons to adapt the software to their specific operative technique.

Gap Balancing - The optional gap balancing feature provides the surgeon with a preview of the flexion/extension gaps in real time before any femoral resections are made. This feature is available for all implant systems.

Versatility - Open platform software and cutting guides allow for navigation of primary femoral and tibial resections as well as kinematic analysis for the surgeon’s preferred implant system.

Kinematic Feedback - Pre-operative and post-operative comparisons of maximum flexion/extension and varus/valgus values provide intra-operative range of motion analysis.

Supports Minimally Invasive Techniques - Navigation enables the surgeon to eliminate the intramedullary rod in total knee procedures, which has been found to significantly decrease fat emboli.3



OrthoMap Versatile Hip

OrthoMap Versatile Hip

OrthoMap Versatile Hip Navigation Software makes it easier than ever to incorporate navigation into total hip arthroplasty procedures regardless of surgical approach, implant use, or patient positioning. This user friendly system enables surgeons to achieve consistent results in cup and stem positioning and leg length and femoral offset determinations, while offering real-time intraoperative assessments of stability and range of motion.

Multiple Registration Options - The user is able to decide which positioning technique and registration method is appropriate for their surgical approach. The system is designed to register patients in both the supine and lateral positions as well as utilise functional referencing, anatomical referencing, or both.

Navigate Direct Anterior Approaches - Features include customisable surgical workflows to accommodate individual surgeon preferences, multiple patient positions and various surgical approaches. The software allows for the placement of the pelvic tracker on the contra-lateral side. This supports the direct anterior approach because it places the tracker out of the surgical site, preventing potential collisions.

Register Patients in the Lateral Position - Stryker’s Hip Navigation platform is the first software designed to efficiently register patients in the lateral position through patient/Operating theatre table referencing. Integrating the longitudinal body axis compensates for a possible patient-specific pelvic tilt. This results in a cup functionally aligned with the true coronal plane of the patient in the standing position. Lateral patient table registration completely removes the need to digitize the downside ASIS, maintaining surgical sterility throughout the registration process.

Pin-less Leg Length Determination - The user is able to analyse pre-operative leg length in comparison with the leg length observed in the final reduction for both trial implants and final implants, without fixating a tracker on the femur.

Extra Resources

Extra Resources

  1. Elfring R, de la Fuente M, Radermacher K. Assessment of optical localizer accuracy for computer-aided surgery systems. Comput Aided Surg. 2010;15(1-3):1-12.
  2. Precision Instrument Weight Analysis, Technical Memo to DHF 0930, June 17, 2011
  3. Kalairajah Y, Cossey AJ, Verrall GM, Ludbrook G, Spriggins AJ. Are systemic emboli reduced in computer-assisted knee surgery?: A prospective, randomized, clinical trial. J Bone Joint Surg Br. 2006 Feb; 88(2):198-202.
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