ZedTrauma is for supporting planning bone fracture and trauma treatment of pelvic ring, acetabular, proximal and distal femur, and proximal and distal radius utilizing CT images.

For proximal femur fracture treatment, component positioning simulation with plate, nail and wire is available.


Database of Patient Records

User can import CT data in DICOM format into a database application.
Patient information (such as name, sex, date of birth, etc.) can be managed uniformly.

Furthermore, this database application can be used as simple DICOM viewer to view the images in axial, sagittal and coronal views.

Bone Cut and Repositioning Simulation

User can separate 3D bone model into parts by specifying bone cut path, and simulate rotation and translation of the separated parts for manual repositioning simulation.

Component Positioning Simulation

User can simulate component positioning on repositioned bone model with checking axial, sagittal and coronal sections and 3D bone models.

2D and 3D Measurement

Not only measuring distance between 2 points or angle on 2D slice images, but also direct distance and angle on 3D bone model are available as 3D measurement function.



System Requirements

OS Windows 10 version 1809 or later
CPU Intel Core i5-4670, i7-4770 or higher
(CPU clock rated 3GHz, quad core or higher recommended)
RAM 16 GB memory
Disk Space 10 GB or more for program installation, 1TB or more for project data storage
Monitor Resolution 1920*1080
Graphic board NVIDIA Quadro P3200 or NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 or higher
(with 3GB or more video memory is recommended)
Communication Port 1947
  • ZedView uses Sentinel HASP (SafeNet/Gemalto), to provide software license keys for all ZedView modules. The Sentinel HASP driver uses communications port 1947 on your computer.

Conditions for CT image

Range From femoral head to ankle
Data format DICOM
Slice direction Axial
Slice pitch 2mm or less (recommended)
FOV Value for the entire lower limb
Gantry Tilt 0 degree