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.
Our long-term goal: The simulation of the entire human skeleton.
3D distal radius fracture healing simulation
(colors encode bone concentration)
Depending on the application, we can adjust user-friendliness without compromising the simulation results. Every user deserves easy accessbility of the features, with varying levels of complexity in supported parameters and attributes.
This holds especially true for the interpretability and actionability of the simulation results. We are looking forward to more intensive usability testing with potential users!
We build on the extensive groundwork done at Ulm University and by a worldwide community. Our team covers state-of-the-art know-how in fracture healing simulations, with a proven track-record in scientific publications.
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