Deformity Analysis & Correction Software** (DACS)

The AMDT Hexapod is accompanied by a similarly advanced, easy-to-use, patented
Deformity Analysis and Correction Software (DACS).

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The DACS enables the Hexapod to perform the complex corrections for which these types of devices are used. DACS takes advantage of the hardware, software and clinical advances since the TSF was cleared in 1997. Current web-based software used by other devices requires the surgeon to manually measure and input over twenty-five variables to produce the final prescription for strut adjustments. The DACS reduces surgeon input to one numerical value and two graphical variables that are accomplished with a couple clicks of the mouse. The surgeons with whom we have shared these products commented that conversion to this device from the TSF will require almost no learning curve.

DACS detects and analyzes the relative positions of the fiducial markers in space to simply and accurately provide the deformity, frame and mounting parameters without surgeon intervention.

DACS eliminates much of the manual input required by current planning and correction software.

Current web-based software used by other devices requires the surgeon to manually measure and input twenty-seven variables to produce the final prescription for strut adjustments. DACS reduces surgeon input to one numerical value and four lines to drag and drop with a couple clicks of the mouse.

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