SALT LAKE CITY, August 31, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Ortho gridÂ® Systems, Inc., a global MedTech leader on a mission to digitally transform intraoperative musculoskeletal surgery, announces the launch of its new OrthoGrid Trauma app. The new OrthoGrid Trauma is the latest application in OrthoGrid’s digital surgical platform. OrthoGrid Trauma is a patented, disruptive, disruptive, patented surgical navigation, distortion correction software application that provides unique digital intraoperative alignment technology for open reduction and internal fixation (ORIF) procedures.
The OrthoGrid Universal Trauma app aims to provide surgeons and support staff performing ORIF procedures with an intraoperative navigation system. OrthoGrid Trauma supports both the open reduction phase of trauma procedures which accounts for the bulk of operative time and radiation exposure, and the internal fixation phase of trauma procedures, which includes temporary fixation ( with use of guide pins, guide pins, screws), to maintain reduction and final implantation.
With the release of the OrthoGrid Trauma app, surgeons now benefit from a unique suite of tools designed to help them achieve their surgical goals. Fluoroscopic image distortion correction, image overlay (contralateral or other side), angles and calibrated measurement correction tools are available to assist the surgeon in reduction evaluations. When it comes to performing both temporary and permanent fixation, surgeons can now rely on our unique and revolutionary intelligence technology powering the Virtual Guide Wire tool for automatic detection, tracking and projection as well as gauge gauge. 2D virtual depth. All of these tools, along with image annotation functions, help the surgeon perform all traumatic deformity and fracture correction applications: ankle, hip, distal femur, proximal tibia, wrist, shoulder, elbow, and long bone. .
âThe integration of OrthoGrid Trauma into our surgical practices at UMC-UNLV has been different from traditional navigation systems: it does not require pins, it corrects distortion in all of our fluoroscopic images and all available tools are used. on all the cases we do, from pelvis to elbow to ankle. The system is still in our operating room. The AI-guidance behind the Virtual Guide Wire is revolutionary. The big difference with this new technological platform is that it will only get better and is already being used in all of my cases “says Erik Kubiak, MD, professor and vice-chairman of the department of orthopedic surgery at the faculty of medicine, UNLV.
âOther than the arrival of fluoroscopy in the mid-1960s, there had been no navigation system capable of successfully guiding trauma surgeons intraoperatively. Until about a year ago, there was no technological solution available to meet the requirements of navigation surgical requirements. Our IT team is working diligently to innovate on our OrthoGrid technology platform. We couldn’t be happier to continue to refine its performance, use cases and bring new navigation to the world of orthopedic trauma. operation! âdeclares Edouard Saget, co-founder and co-CEO of OrthoGrid Systems.
For more information on OrthoGrid Trauma or to request a software demonstration, visit www.OrthoGrid.com.
About OrthoGrid Trauma
OrthoGrid Trauma is image processing software indicated for use in trauma procedures. It helps to assess the alignment of various anatomies and implants and the virtual guidance of some essential tools universally used in orthopedic trauma surgery, such as guidewires and drills. By correcting the distortion of fluoroscopic images, surgeons can trust the measurement tools to confirm their clinical goals. Clinical judgment and experience are required to properly use the device. The device is not intended for the primary interpretation of images. The software is not intended for use on mobile phones. Learn more at OrthoGrid.com.
About OrthoGrid Systems, Inc.
OrthoGrid, founded in 2012, provides intraoperative alignment navigation via procedure-specific musculoskeletal applications for THA, hip preservation and trauma. Its AI-based surgical guidance technology imports images from arch-type image intensifiers to reveal and correct fluoroscopic distortion and help surgeons achieve desirable and reproducible surgical results. OrthoGrid is based at Salt Lake City, Utah, with research facilities located Strasbourg, france. Its technology is distributed in North America and Asia. Learn more at OrthoGrid.com.
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