CAOS - Computer-Assisted Orthopedic Surgery

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This is a review of the rapidly emerging computer assisted technologies that are starting to fundamentally influence the way that we design, plan, simulate, and carry out orthopedic surgery. This volume provides an overview of the state-of-the-art of the development of CAOS and its clinical applications. Topics covered range from basic concepts to planning, simulation and execution of surgery in different anatomical areas, including the spine, hip and knee. Various surgical techniques, such as joint ...
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Overview

This is a review of the rapidly emerging computer assisted technologies that are starting to fundamentally influence the way that we design, plan, simulate, and carry out orthopedic surgery. This volume provides an overview of the state-of-the-art of the development of CAOS and its clinical applications. Topics covered range from basic concepts to planning, simulation and execution of surgery in different anatomical areas, including the spine, hip and knee. Various surgical techniques, such as joint reconstruction and replacement, trauma fixation, and minimally invasive approaches are also presented.

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This is the first comprehensive review of the rapidly emerging computer-assisted technologies that are starting to fundamentally influence the way that we design, plan, simulate, and carry out orthopedic surgery. This wel-illustrated volume provides an overview of the state-of-the-art of the development of CAOS and its clinical applications. Topics covered range from basic concepts to planning, simulation and execution of surgery in different anatomical areas, including the spine, hip and knee. Various surgical techniques, such as joint reconstruction and replacement, trauma fixation, and minimally invasive approaches are also presented.

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Reviewer: Edward Abraham, MD (University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine)
Description: This book deals with the application of computer assisted techniques in caring for patients with musculoskeletal conditions.
Purpose: The purpose is to review early advances of computer use in orthopedic surgery. These are important objectives which are met in most cases. Both editors, one a biotechnical engineer and one an orthopedic surgeon, are internationally known for their work in this field. Most of the contributors are from Europe.
Audience: This book is written mainly for engineers and orthopedic surgeons involved in computer assisted orthopedic surgery (CAOS). Also, applied science students such as biomedical engineers can use this work as a resource.
Features: The materials are from a series of papers presented during a recent CAOS symposia held at The University of Bern in Switzerland. The book consists of five parts. Part I deals with basic concepts and applications; Part II covers the spine and pedicle screw placement; Part III is a discussion of applications for hip replacement and pelvic osteotomies; in Part IV, total knee arthroplasty and anterior cruciate ligaments are covered; and Part V covers relevant topics such as stereotactic integrated contouring of orthopedic implants.
Assessment: This is the first in-depth, state-of-the-art work on computer-assisted applications in orthopedics. The computer's role is to ultimately improve the quality of patient care and minimize complications associated with conventional techniques. At present, most of the techniques are very expensive and difficult to master. The need for skilled technical support adds additional cost to the third party payor who, in the present financial climate, is interested in spending only the basics. There is one omission in this work — the Taylor spatial frame fixator. This computer assisted device is used to correct long bone deformities and fractures in three planes. A lap top computer is all that is needed to use the fixator. We have been using it for at least two years with great satisfaction. It is clear that this book is a work in progress. At this point, its use is recommended to engineers and engineering students pursuing biomedical research and clinical applications. Staff from selected orthopedic centers may find it most helpful in making decisions about using the various devices. University libraries and bookstores are advised to stock this pioneering work.
Edward Abraham
This book deals with the application of computer assisted techniques in caring for patients with musculoskeletal conditions. The purpose is to review early advances of computer use in orthopedic surgery. These are important objectives which are met in most cases. Both editors, one a biotechnical engineer and one an orthopedic surgeon, are internationally known for their work in this field. Most of the contributors are from Europe. This book is written mainly for engineers and orthopedic surgeons involved in computer assisted orthopedic surgery (CAOS). Also, applied science students such as biomedical engineers can use this work as a resource. The materials are from a series of papers presented during a recent CAOS symposia held at The University of Bern in Switzerland. The book consists of five parts. Part I deals with basic concepts and applications; Part II covers the spine and pedicle screw placement; Part III is a discussion of applications for hip replacement and pelvic osteotomies; in Part IV, total knee arthroplasty and anterior cruciate ligaments are covered; and Part V covers relevant topics such as stereotactic integrated contouring of orthopedic implants. This is the first in-depth, state-of-the-art work on computer-assisted applications in orthopedics. The computer's role is to ultimately improve the quality of patient care and minimize complications associated with conventional techniques. At present, most of the techniques are very expensive and difficult to master. The need for skilled technical support adds additional cost to the third party payor who, in the present financial climate, is interested in spending only the basics. There is one omission in thiswork -- the Taylor spatial frame fixator. This computer assisted device is used to correct long bone deformities and fractures in three planes. A lap top computer is all that is needed to use the fixator. We have been using it for at least two years with great satisfaction. It is clear that this book is a work in progress. At this point, its use is recommended to engineers and engineering students pursuing biomedical research and clinical applications. Staff from selected orthopedic centers may find it most helpful in making decisions about using the various devices. University libraries and bookstores are advised to stock this pioneering work.
Booknews
This book summarizes early progress in computer-assisted orthopedic surgery made in the past few years, and is composed of 26 papers presented during the 1995 and 1996 CAOS-Symposia held at the University of Bern. Well-illustrated, the volume reviews the planning, simulation and execution of surgery in different anatomical areas, and presents various surgical techniques, such as joint reconstruction and replacement, trauma fixation, and minimally invasive approaches. In addition to orthopedic surgeons, the book is aimed at senior level engineering and applied science students interested in the research field. No index. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780889371682
  • Publisher: Hogrefe & Huber Publishers
  • Publication date: 3/28/1999
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 245

Table of Contents

Preface
About the Editors
Visualization and Image Processing of Medical Image Data 1
Concepts and Methods of Registration for Computer-Integrated Surgery 15
Robotics in Orthopedic Surgery 35
CT Image-Based Planning and Execution of Interventions in Orthopedic Surgery Using Individual Templates: Experimental Results and Aspects of Clinical Applications 42
Man/Machine Interfaces in Computer-Augmented Surgery 53
A Computer-Based System for Assistance to Surgery 69
Concept and Clinical Aspects of Computer-Assisted Spine Surgery 81
Frameless Stereotactic Guidance of Cervical Spine Lateral Mass Screw Placement 89
Computer-Assisted Pedicle Screw Insertion - First Clinical Experience 99
AO COMPASS: Computer-Assisted Surgery System 104
On Minimally Invasive Lunbosacral Spinal Stabilization 114
An Integrated Approach to Acetabular Osteotomies 121
Clinical Experience with a Medical Robotic System for Total Hip Replacement 128
HipNav: Preoperative Planning and Intraoperative Navigational Guidance for Acetabular Implant Placement in Total Hip Replacement Surgery 134
CT-Based Tool Visualization and Application of Planning Parameters During Pelvic Osteotomy 141
Interactive Single-Step Frameless Freehand Navigation in Iliosacral Screw Fixation of Sacral Fractures and Fracture Dislocations 147
Computer-Assisted Knee Measurement and Surgical Planning: Application to Prosthetic Ligament Insertion 153
Robotic Knee Arthroplasty 165
Computer Templating and Robotics Bone Machining for Total Knee Arthroplasty 174
Computer-Assisted Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction 184
Computer-Assisted Knee Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction: First Clinical Tests 190
Stereotactic Integrated Contouring of Orthopedic Implants 199
Fluoroscopy-Based Surgical Navigation: Concept and Possible Clinical Applications 206
Integration of a Mechatronic Drilling Tool in a Computer-Aided Orthopedic System 218
Man-Machine Interfaces in Computer-Assisted Surgery 228
Computer-Assisted Planning, Simulation, and Intraoperative Guidance in Orthopedic Surgery 233
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