Our simulation tool allows for predictive statements about the load-bearing capacity of a healing bone at any point in time of the treatment process.
The technology has been tested and corroborated for the meta- and diaphyseal sections of long bones for several fracture scenarios.
Our approach enables in-silico testing of different bone types, co-morbidities and many more patient-specific parameters.
The long-term goal is the simulation of the entire human skeleton.
3D distal radius fracture healing simulation
(colors encode bone concentration)
We augment doctors’ decision with a patient-specific prediction of the healing course – for early mobilization & complication prevention
Streamline & accelerate the development of products from idea to launch through virtual physiological testing
The project team has its roots at Ulm University.
We build on an extensive network of clinical expertise, well-established scientific structures and entrepreneurial spirit both within the region and abroad.
For the pre-seed phase and in order to achieve our first development goals, we are funded by the EXIST Transfer of Research program.
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Email : mail(at)osora.eu