Orthopaedics

Plan before surgery and cut time spent in the operating theatre

Modern planning systems with 2D and 3D images let orthopaedic surgeons diagnose and plan orthopaedic procedures—for instance knee, hip and complex trauma surgery—with greater accuracy and confidence. With increased precision in planning and more advance preparations, surgeons and operating teams can reduce stress, save time, and minimize risk during surgery. For the patients, planning reduces the risk of postoperative complications. For hospitals, it creates a well-documented workflow to meet regulatory demands and improves the teaching facilities.

Selection of common use cases
Selection of common use cases

Visualize trauma structure and improve operating efficiency

Pre-op planning on 3D images improves planning of such complex cases as multiple fragment traumas. By visualizing trauma structure, you can diagnose a fracture without first opening the patient. This minimizes the risk of surprises and stress during surgery, which also shortens the time spent in the operating room.

3D pre-op planning allows trauma teams to correctly diagnose and plan for surgery, to save valuable time during operation, and to improve the quality of diagnosis and the treatment plan. In addition, planning on 3D images facilitates communication in the surgical team, further improving operating efficiency.

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Easy pre-op planning with high precision

With the right orthopaedic tools for 2D pre-op planning, you can enhance the preparation of orthopaedic surgery of all body parts—including hip, knees, shoulders, spine, as well as in trauma cases.

With a few simple clicks, you can select a prosthesis with a perfect fit for the patient from our templates database. This results in high precision and efficient performance in your pre-operative planning process.

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Save valuable time in osteotomy procedures

A preoperative planning system with advanced guides for osteotomies can save you valuable time when planning a closing or opening osteotomy procedure. It allows the surgeons and operating team to be well prepared before the surgical procedure, and to know what surgical techniques to use.

Reduce intra-operative complications

Digital images allow digitalized preoperative planning, also called templating. Digital templating offers the ability to solve the scaling problem known to affect traditional templating with analogue plain images. Preoperative planning is an essential part of the surgical procedure, and is of significant value to successful arthroplasty. It makes it possible to plan for the size of components needed, and to achieve correct positioning and orientation of the components to equalize leg length and reduce intra-operative complications.

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