News | September 28, 2008

Pre-operative Orthopedic Software Boasts New Spine Module Features

September 29, 2008 – OrthoView today released its latest version 5.2 software, which includes refinements and additions to its spine deformity assessment module.

OrthoView, the digital pre-operative orthopedic planning solution, reportedly provides an unrivalled library of digital templates for joint replacement and trauma procedures, as well as specialist toolsets for limb deformity correction and pediatric assessment. OrthoView’s digital template library includes thousands of templates from a wide range of orthopedic partners including: Zimmer, DePuy, Biomet Orthopedics, Smith & Nephew, Synthes and more.

Working with a wide range of digital PACs systems, OrthoView’s Spine Module Reportedly makes the process of assessing conditions associated with pediatric scoliosis quicker and easier. In addition to the newest wizards for its Spine Module (Nash Moe Grading Guide, Thoracic Trunk Shift Wizard, enhanced Pelvic Incidence Wizard), OrthoView’s Version 5.2 offers an extensive number of wizards for the assessment of spinal deformity measurements that are based on HARMS and Spinal Deformity Study Group requirements.

For more information: www.orthoview.com

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