Orthopedic Templating for Joint Arthroplasty
Materialise OrthoView offers a complete pre-operative planning and orthopedic templating software for joint arthroplasty, including total and partial joint replacements, resurfacing procedures, revision procedures, peri-prosthetic fractures and more.
Here’s a few things you can do:
Identify prosthesis size, offset, neck cut and cup inclination with just a few clicks of your mouse
Plan a simple THA in 60 seconds or less
Plan for high tibial osteotomy procedures with assessment of whole leg alignment
Template revision knees using modular systems that act as a complete, connected unit
Compare and contrast alternative solutions within the same plan
Achieve precise template positioning
Save pre-operative plans to PACS or locally or send to print
“I plan all my cases beforehand in OrthoView so the number of decisions I need to make intra-operatively are significantly reduced.”
- Sebastian Sturridge, Orthopaedic Surgeon, UK
Orthopedic Templating for Trauma and Fracture Management
Materialise OrthoView’s innovative fracture management module has been developed in conjunction with leading trauma surgeons to enable rapid, on-screen planning and templating for orthopaedic trauma cases. With our trauma planning software, fractures can be reduced and templated in a few quick, simple steps.
Orthopedic Templating for Pediatric Deformity Assessment
OrthoView includes a wide range of features for orthopedic surgeons specializing in pediatric deformity, including tools and wizards for the following specialities:
- Developmental Dysplasia of the Hip (DDH) Assessment
- Limb Deformity Assessment & Correction
- Spinal Deformity Assessment
Orthopedic Templating for Spinal Deformity Assessment
Materialise OrthoView’s spinal deformity assessment module provides a wide range of tools to assess the spine in both sagittal and coronal planes in cases of scoliosis, kyphosis, lordosis and spondylolisthesis. Spinal assessments are based on the requirements of both HARMS and the Spinal Deformity Study Group.