orthopedic and trauma surgery

Orthopedic and trauma surgeryTake image-guided surgery to a new level

Intraoperative 3D imaging can be crucial for minimally invasive orthopedic and trauma surgery, particularly when complex fractures are involved. Studies show that intraoperative corrections are necessary for a significant number of patients who undergo minimally invasive procedures.1 Without intraoperative 3D imaging, a postoperative CT scan would be needed to assess results in 3D, and clinically relevant malplacements discovered at that point would require a separate surgery. You can potentially avoid these revision surgeries by intraoperatively planning, guiding, and evaluating fracture reduction and implant placement as well as making corrections before the patient leaves the OR.

With our imaging systems, you can take the treatment of complex fractures to a new level thanks to high-quality 2D/3D intraoperative visualization, workflow guidance, and fast evaluation of intraoperative results.

Surgery with mobile C-arms

Our mobile C-arms combine mobility, flexibility, and 3D imaging technology for detailed intraoperative visualization of anatomies and simplified evaluation of implant placement results.

Intraoperative corrections in trauma surgery are necessary for approx. 31% of upper ankle fracture treatments

Our imaging systems allow you to correct implant placement intraoperatively instead of during a separate revision surgery.

Image-guided surgery with Cios Spin at BG Klinik Ludwigshafen

Intraoperative 3D imaging can transform the way you perform challenging fracture reductions and implant placements. In this clinical experience report, you will see how new imaging tools that feature intelligent applications help surgeons evaluate results intraoperatively.4