News | October 24, 2007

OrthoView to Showcase Limb Deformity Correction Surgery Software at RSNA 2007

October 25, 2007 - OrthoView recently announced that it will feature demonstrations of its latest Client/Server software and a new module for Limb Deformity repair at RSNA 2007.

OrthoView will demonstrate its new software including customized versions for all major PACS vendors, including: GE (Centricity Web), McKesson (Horizon Medical Imaging), Philips (iSite), Agfa (Impax) and Carestream.

Also, as part of its new Version 5 software, OrthoView will present its new module for Limb Deformity planning, which includes a capability for "plate contouring" or on-screen plate-bending visualization. Plate contouring was developed by OrthoView in response to numerous requests from orthopaedic surgeons. It is the result of extensive research and consultation with leading trauma specialists.

OrthoView is reportedly the first company to be able to offer this particular plate bending visualization capability. The Limb Deformity package allows planning of full leg and single bone osteotomies, with the ability to plan deformities in the frontal, sagittal or oblique plane. A reduction tool allows quick and easy visualization of the planned correction and the module supports templating of internal and external fixators, including the Taylor Spatial Frame, according to the company. In addition, new templates are available with the version, including an extensive range of peri-articular plates.

For more information: www.orthoview.com

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