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    Dyneelax represents a new, high performances medical device for ligament tears analysis of knee joint laxity.
    The main aim is to develop so called LigAM, a new medical device for the computer-assisted assessment of knee laxity, with special focus on joint stability provided by the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) status. LigAM will be able to generate diagnostic reports on the status of the ACL (complete or different types of partial tears) and associated soft tissue

    structures (menisci) based upon fully automated measurement procedures and a complete analysis of static knee joint laxity, taking into account individual patient characteristics.
    The device will be composed of an automated arthrometer (LigAM apparatus), and a unique data analysis software (LigAM software).

    New product, new life…

    LigAM will be a new product: it will stand out from all arthrometers, existing or in development, and will feature new functionalities that require re-defining arthrometer configuration and data analysis of knee laxity:
    automation of knee laxity evaluations in both the sagittal and the transverse plane,
    complex knee movement simulations to obtain tibial pivot shit with recorded conditions of tightening force and leg positioning recorded that ensure unique test reproducibility, unique patient benchmarking and personalized diagnostic by advanced data analysis software lying on an extensive and upgradeable database of knee laxity measurements.

    The overall development of LigAM is definitely incremental, as it will follow standards of the medical devices industry starting

    from new device design, prototyping, tests and validation in clinical and cadaveric studies with applications of specific norms all along product development.

    LigAM will clearly stand out from current devices thanks to very unique functionalities and features:
    integration of automated knee laxity evaluations in both the sagittal (anterior tibial displacement) and the transverse (internal and external tibial rotation) plane through the application of appropriate, calibrated forces/torques up to a precise, predefined level;
    complex knee movement simulations to obtain tibial pivot shit with recorded conditions of tightening force and leg positioning recorded that ensure unique test reproducibility;

    highly relevant outcomes (better accuracy, more appropriate treatment) for optimal patient monitoring after surgical or conservative treatment of knee soft-tissue injuries,
    advanced analysis software that allows for diagnosis and unique patient benchmarking based on individual laxity profile, taking into account all laxity results, patient characteristics and pathological status;
    suitable for both research and clinical follow-up of patients due to its high accuracy and reliability;
    time-efficient multiplanar testing with the use of a single device.

    Compared to current products, commercialized or in development, LigAM will be the sole product to allow for an integrative analysis of the knee joint laxity, a feature that is critical for the precise diagnosis and patient follow-up. LigAM will be positioned on several market segments of knee orthopaedic market:
    knee surgery: complete check up of knee ligament that permits orthopedic surgeon to adapt the surgery to the lesion observed,

    patient rehabilitation: high quality patient follow-up and adaptation of exercises in relation with the results obtained during the rehabilitation,
    sport medicine: tool for early stage diagnosis of ligament tears allowing for a better healing through a personalized functional treatment without surgery.