OrthoGrid Systems Launches New OrthoGrid Trauma Software Application for Open Reduction and Internal Fixation Procedures

OrthoGrid Systems Launches New OrthoGrid Trauma Software Application for Open Reduction and Internal Fixation Procedures

OrthoGrid Trauma is a patented, disruptive, distortion-correcting, and revolutionary surgery navigation software application that offers a one-of-a-kind digital intraoperative-alignment technology for Open Reduction and Internal Fixation (ORIF) procedures.

Fremont, CA: OrthoGrid Systems, a global medtech leader on a mission to digitally transform intraoperative musculoskeletal surgery, has launched its new OrthoGrid Trauma Application. The new OrthoGrid Trauma is the latest application of OrthoGrid's Surgical Digital Platform. OrthoGrid Trauma is a patented, disruptive, distortion-correcting, and revolutionary surgery navigation software application that offers a one-of-a-kind digital intraoperative-alignment technology for Open Reduction and Internal Fixation (ORIF) procedures.

The OrthoGrid Universal Trauma application aims to provide an intraoperative navigation system to surgeons and support staff performing ORIF procedures. OrthoGrid Trauma supports both the Open Reduction phase of Trauma procedures, which accounts for the majority of the operating time and radiation exposure, and the Internal Fixation phase of Trauma procedures, which includes temporary fixation (using k-wires, guide pins, and screws), to hold reduction, and final implantation.

With the release of the OrthoGrid Trauma application, surgeons now have access to a one-of-a-kind set of tools designed to help them achieve their surgical objectives. To assist the surgeon in Reduction assessments, fluoroscopic image distortion correction, image overlay (contra-lateral side or other), angles, as well as calibrated measurement tools are available. Surgeons can now rely on our unique as well as revolutionary intelligence technology powering the Virtual Guide Wire tool for tracking, automatic detection, and projection, as well as the Virtual 2D Depth Gauge, for Temporary and Final Fixation Execution. All of these tools, as well as image annotation features, provide guidance to the surgeon in the execution of all trauma deformity correction and fracture applications: ankle, hip, distal femur, wrist, shoulder, proximal tibia, elbow, and long bone.