Selected Success Stories
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An exciting new technology trend that could revolutionize healthcare is the “digital
With growing cross-linking in the digital healthcare sector and the possibilities of medical
In vivo, in vitro, in silico – Medicine is changing and with
FDA and MDCG want medical device manufacturers to take more responsibility for custom implants.
The solution is the digital verification of custom implants. Future-proof, simple, fast and compliant with the new regulatory requirements.
Simq VIT is the first easy-to-use software for the digital verification of patient-specific implants.
By virtually applying physiological or standardized loads to a patient-specific situation, the performance and safety of patient-specific surgical implants can be verified quickly and efficiently based on objective criteria.
Faster with automated technical documentation for post-market surveillance
Scalable – no extra licenses, not limited to seats
Designers worldwide already benefit from Simq VIT
The challenge with patient-specific implants is, on the one hand, to meet all regulatory requirements and, on the other hand, to design, verify, produce and provide the surgeon with a suitable implant for the restoration in the shortest possible time in collaboration with the surgeon treating the patient.
With Simq VIT, we can incorporate safety-relevant information into the design and check it against physically tested implant variants with just a few clicks. In this way, we manage the balancing act between complying with regulatory requirements and helping patients as quickly as possible.
Thomas Koett / Head of inSilico / KLS Martin
Thomas Koett / Entwicklungsingenieur Implantate / KLS Martin
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Target: Test custom implants with simulation
“For us as manufacturer of Patient specific implants, simulation is the only efficient way to ensure the quality and safety of our products.”
Unlocking the Power of Simq VIT for Digital verification of patient-specific implants
This workflow was developed for the anatomical region of the mandible to simulate the muscle and joint reaction forces in interaction with an individual implant restoration, thus creating valuable information on strength and safety for the clinician and patient.
Due to the very complex movements of the thorax, it was previously difficult to design necessary supplies of the bony structures with implants accurately and according to the loads.
This workflow within Simq VIT creates a solution and, at the same time, more safety for the patient.
Maxillary custom implants have been used successfully for many years. However, the patient-specific fabrication possible today requires close scrutiny.
Simq VIT, in conjunction with the MAXILLA workflow, was developed precisely for this purpose and answers questions regarding the strength and safety of customized restorations.
to develop your anatomical region together.
There is a basic fee and a pay-per-use model that you can customize to suit your needs. Please contact us for more information.
Yes, we have implemented many privacy and security features (only encrypted, pseudonymized geometry data is sent to the infrastructure). Furthermore, hosting our Azure infrastructure as a “Managed Application” is possible. This means that data sovereignty always remains with our customers.
Yes, the software can be used for almost every human and animal body region.
If a customer wants a specific workflow, we can implement it and expand the library. We can perform the V&V for the models together with the customer or ourselves. We are currently working on implementing workflows for dentistry, mandibular pre-prosthetics, hand orthotics, and TMJ.
Simq VIT supports the design process of implants and is not a medical device. With our FDA-compliant report, which is always adapted to the latest changes, the technical documentation of our customers is always up to date.
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