ORTHOSoft® Guidance System

Visibly Accurate

The Optical Guidance System provides enhanced tracking visibility for intraoperative positioning and validation of resections and assessment of limb alignment.

  • Due to the placement of reflective discs in an angular arrangement on the NavitrackER® Reference Marker Device, the range of visibility compared to spheres increases from 127 degrees to 135 degrees.
  • Reflective discs adapt to various intraoperative constraints (size, patient draping, anesthesia equipment, etc.) and offer better visibility compared to spheres.
  • Robust functionality offering can accurately accommodate everything from straightforward to complex cases.
  • Full set of customizable functionalities to create an expedited, surgeon-specific workflow.
  • Guidance technologies have shown a 25% lower revision rate due to loosening or lysis at 8 years.1

Additional Information

  1. de Steiger R. The Outcome of Computer Navigation for Primary Knee Replacement. AOA. 2013.

Legal Manufacturer:

Zimmer CAS
75, Queen Street, Suite 3300
Montreal (Quebec) H3C 2N6
Tel : 1 (514) 395-8883
Fax : 1 (514) 878-3801

This material is intended for health care professionals.  Distribution to any other recipient is prohibited.  For indications, contraindications, warnings, precautions, potential adverse effects and patient counseling information, see the package insert or contact your local representative; visit www.zimmerbiomet.com for additional product information.
All content herein is protected by copyright, trademarks and other intellectual property rights, as applicable, owned by or licensed to Zimmer Biomet or its affiliates unless otherwise indicated, and must not be redistributed, duplicated or disclosed, in whole or in part, without the express written consent of Zimmer Biomet.  
Not all products shown herein are available in all regions; check for product country clearances and reference product-specific instructions for use.
Talk to your surgeon about whether joint replacement or another treatment is right for you and the risks of the procedure, including the risk of implant wear, loosening or failure, and pain, swelling and infection. Zimmer Biomet does not practice medicine; only a surgeon can answer your questions regarding your individual symptoms, diagnosis and treatment.