News | February 19, 2007

New Version of Orthopedic Planning Solution Includes Upgraded Foot, Spine, Hip, Trauma, Reporting Features

Feb. 20, 2007 - TraumaCad by Orthocrat, a digital orthopedic surgical planning solution, offers enhanced surgical planning options for orthopedic procedures. It expands upon the features and Web-based functionality of the original version by offering surgeons additional resources that enable more thorough and accurate planning of foot, spine, hip and trauma surgeries. The new version also provides more reporting options.

Specialized templates simplify planning for the most common types of orthopedic surgery. Highlights of TraumaCad 2.0 include the following:

-Foot and ankle procedures: Provides multiple measurement tools, including a wizard that assists in planning accurate foot osteotomies.

-Spinal surgery: Facilitates preoperative planning for spinal deformity corrections, offers vertebra labeling and simplifies implant positioning.

-Post-total hip replacement: Allows surgeons to visualize wear measurement, projected leg lengths and offset changes. Cup abduction and stem versions are also available.

-Trauma surgery: Improves implant manipulation with visualization of a wide variety of locking plates and a grouping of implants and fragments.

-Reporting: Offers improved perioperative reports, including templated images, selected implants and a wide variety of measurement and patient positioning options.

-TraumaCad 3-D: Guides surgeons through all pre-surgical planning steps while allowing total freedom in visualizing clinical decisions.

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