OrthoGrid Hip AI is a non-invasive navigation App that enhances existing fluoroscopic data and provides orthopaedic surgeons with valuable, real-time image analysis tools for intra-operative decision-making and execution of of both posterior & direct anterior approach THA.
The OrthoGrid AI platform delivers unmatched efficiency in workflow optimization and execution of the surgical plan independent of the approach, to deliver precise component placement driven by AI insights.
OrthoGrid Hip with AI is the only commercially available AI-powered implant-agnostic platform capable of automated, real-time point selection and position tracking, mitigating clinical outliers while keeping the surgeon in control.
Our AI powered software offers automated patient-specific functional pelvis guidance throughout surgery with smart grid overlays and real-time image interpretation. Thoughtfully designed to preserve the surgeon’s clinical autonomy.
Our platform seamlessly integrates with all surgical approaches and treatment philosophies, without compromise.
AI reduces observer-derived outliers through intelligent point selection with computer vision and position variance detection. The surgeon can monitor subtle intra-operative changes in patient and C-arm orientation
The intuitive interface presents automated real-time image analytics to reduce the time and energy surgeons need to interpret data intra-operatively, resulting in increased efficiency and clinical confidence.
The OrthoGrid AI platform delivers on execution of the surgical plan independent of the approach, with precise component placement driven by AI insights.
OrthoGrid Hip with AI is an AI-powered implant-agnostic platform capable of automated, real-time point selection, mitigating clinical outliers while keeping the surgeon in control.
The OrthoGrid platform leads the industry with a FDA-cleared device capable of correcting dynamic fluoroscopy-derived image distortion. Distortion correction is the cornerstone of reliable image interpretation.
“It’s exceptional! The automation and the workflow fits perfectly with my surgical steps”
Brian Perkinson, MD – Franklin, TN
by measuring their positions relative to the bone structures of interest provided that the points of interest can be identified from radiology images. Clinical judgment and experience are required to properly use the device. The device is not for primary image interpretation.