Technology | June 18, 2009

Orthocrat Releases Version 2.2 of TraumaCad

June 18, 2009 - Orthocrat released Version 2.2 of TraumaCad, a workflow solution from planning to surgery to follow-up for orthopedic surgeons.

Version 2.2 improved features for streamlining the process of templating and surgery planning. Tighter integration with OrthoFlow and OrthoWeb aim to help move cases easily within the clinic and into the operating room.

Version 2.2 enhancements include:
·Auto-Hip Templating.  With a single click, any of your surgeons can have his favorite combination placed on the image, with most stems placed at the correct spot and at the correct size.

· Auto Deformity-Correction.  The best deformity-correction software just got even better!  After placing up to 4 CORAs on an image, an automatic function shows the surgeon how the selected deformities must be corrected.

·  Undo and Redo. You can now repeatedly click the button, without paying any penalty.

Other feature upgrades include: Save and Open Case, Templates Library (Search and Kits), OrthoFlow Integration, OrthoWeb Integration, Undo and Redo and Freehand Line.

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