L3D Osteotomy Planning

  • Detailed anatomical 3D modelling powered by insight surgery
  • Accurate replication of internal structures 
  • Surgical simulation solutions and phantoms 

How L3D Osteotomy Planning Works

L3D Osteotomy planning can be used to inform orthopaedic activities relating to replacement, revision, resection, reconstruction, and implantation. The main products created are 3D printed patient-specific anatomical models and personalised surgical guides. The technology works by analysing CT scan data on the area of interest.

These scans are then analysed to create accurate virtual and physical models of a patient’s biology. This allows surgeons to simulate the surgery ahead of time, leading to improved procedural outcomes. With L3D Osteotomy Planning a surgeon can, for instance, predetermine drilling locations and practice cuts that are to be performed in theatre.

With this technology, LEDA can supply hospitals with surgical guides specific to individual patients’ anatomy. These can be designed, created, and delivered ready for sterilisation at the healthcare institution.  

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    Benefits of L3D Osteotomy Planning Technology 

     L3D Osteotomy Planning helps internal fixation and open reduction surgery achieve its intended purpose – correct deformities, restore movement, and relieve pain. This is achieved by giving professional surgeons greater insight to work from, particularly in cases where greater risk is associated with invasive procedures.  

    • Increased surgical accuracy 
    • More efficient operating theatres – planning helps reduce the time spent on surgical procedures, meaning a higher volume or more complex procedures can be scheduled. 
    • Faster patient recovery times  
    • Minimises the return to theatre risk  
    • Less operative exposure improves patient experience 

    L3D is a digital planning technology that is designed to aid surgeons by providing patient-specific devices. This includes anatomical models, surgical guides, and custom implants. The aim is to improve operating room success by analysing pre-operative data, thereby mapping internal structures and simulating surgery. L3D uses a variety of market leading medical segmentation software to provide surgical planning solutions. The technology is most effective when applied to complex upper and lower extremity surgeries concerned with reconstruction or revision. 

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Yes. Where patients require multiple rounds of surgeries, L3D can be used to plan osteotomy in the face of changing conditions. Comparison between pre-operative models and those generated following surgery can reveal if any irregularities or corrections that need to be made. The use of powerful medical software enables these images to be generated with a quick turnaround. 

    A single CT scan procedure will often take between 10-30 minutes depending on the type of exam being administered. This will vary due to the nature and complexity of the study being conducted. Unless you have already done a CT scan before requiring the use of L3D, this can impact the time it takes to receive planning devices. 

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