Las Vegas [AAOS] March 23, 2015 — Voyant Health, a Brainlab Company, announced today that it has received FDA clearance on TraumaCad® Mobile, the mobile solution for pre-operative orthopedic surgical planning and digital templating.
TraumaCad Mobile will allow healthcare professionals and orthopedic surgeons anywhere, anytime flexibility in conducting pre-operative planning of total hip replacement surgery. The new app will be demonstrated this week at the AAOS annual meeting in Las Vegas, the largest orthopedic conference in the world.
“For over a decade, thousands of orthopedic surgeons have been using our TraumaCad technology to plan surgery. In the past several years, mobile devices have transformed how surgeons and healthcare professionals work by enhancing data access and productivity,” said Marc Mackey, General Manager of Orthopedics at Brainlab. “With the mobile version of TraumaCad, digital templating can now be accessed from any web browser or iPad, enabling surgeons to be more productive while also providing access to data for better inventory management.”
TraumaCad Mobile allows fast and easy preparation for total hip replacement, using only a few simple gestures. The app features:
Installed at over 2,000 locations worldwide, TraumaCad® surgical planning solution developed by Voyant Health, provides orthopedic surgeons with a comprehensive digital solution for performing pre-operative planning and simulations. The procedure-oriented application includes an extensive digital template library and offers a full set of wizards and measurement tools. Using digital images, surgeons can perform measurements, fix prostheses, simulate osteotomies, and visualize fracture reductions.
For more information on TraumaCad Mobile, visit traumacad.com/mobile.
Brainlab, headquartered in Munich, develops, manufactures and markets software-driven medical technology, enabling access to and consistency of advanced, less invasive patient treatment.
Brainlab technology currently powers treatments in the fields of neurosurgery, orthopedics, ENT, CMF, spine, trauma and radiation therapy. Privately held since its formation in 1989, Brainlab has more than 5,000 systems installed in about 95 countries.
To learn more about Brainlab, visit www.brainlab.com.