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FP6 Decision Support for OrthopaedicS

DESSOS

Project ID: 027252
Financé au titre de

Decision Support Software for Orthopaedic Surgery

De 2006-01-01 à 2009-09-30, projet clôturé | DESSOS Site web

Détails concernant le projet

Coût total:

EUR 4 699 883

Contribution de l'UE:

EUR 3 981 216

Coordonné à/au(x)/en:

United Kingdom

Appel à propositions:

FP6-2004-IST-4See other projects for this call

Régime de financement:

STREP - Specific Targeted Research Project

Description

The project DeSSOS combines both fundamental and applied research to support the development of knowledge based software capable of providing the surgeon with recommendations for both the appropriate size, and orientation, of prosthetic implants within the joint, based on patient specific anatomical data provided either pre- or intra-operatively, in order to achieve desirable, pre-determined kinematics of the replaced joint.
The DeSSOS project aims to develop and bring closer to market a predictive technology that integrates knowledge and software tools to provide surgeons involved with joint replacement procedures with the ability to pre-, and intra-operatively assess the optimal prosthetic joint implantation configuration and position in order to maximise the effectiveness of the procedure, which will reduce surgeon variability thereby improving functional performance. Through the integration of different types of biomedical information using ICT methods at the tissue, organ and individual levels, an increase in functional performance will be effected and will have the concomitant effect of significantly increasing the life of an implant and reducing the probability a patient will have to undergo revision surgery. The DeSSOS technology will facilitate modelling of the results of years of repetitive forces on a prosthetic in a certain implanted orientation. Simulation capabilities will enable a surgeon to intra-operatively personalize the implant position in order to maximize implant life-span and enable surgeons to maximize the effectiveness of their training. In this way, our project will support personalization of healthcare and lifestyle management and will demonstrate measurable benefits, respect all aspects of confidentiality and privacy and be user friendly. Currently, between 5% - 10% of all knee replacement operations require post-operative corrective surgery, with clear implications to the comfort and wellbeing of the patient concerned. Through our developments, we aim to reduce the number of revision operations by 10% each year, which if applied to the 540 000 EU citizens undergoing such replacement surgery each year, will result in a net reduction of 5400 operations annually, equating to a total annual saving to EU healthcare providers of €108million, which will then be available for re-distribution to other healthcare priorities.

Objectif

The DeSSOS project aims to develop and bring closer to market a predictive technology that integrates knowledge and software tools to provide surgeons involved with joint replacement procedures with the ability to pre-, and intra-operatively assess the optimal prosthetic joint implantation configuration and position in order to maximise the effectiveness of the procedure, which will reduce surgeon variability thereby improving functional performance. Through the integration of different types of biomedical information using ICT methods at the tissue, organ and individual levels, an increase in functional performance will be effected and will have the concomitant effect of significantly increasing the life of an implant and reducing the probability a patient will have to undergo revision surgery. The DeSSOS technology will facilitate modelling of the results of years of repetitive forces on a prosthetic in a certain implanted orientation. Simulation capabilities will enable a surgeon to intra-operatively personalize the implant position in order to maximize implant life-span and enable surgeons to maximize the effectiveness of their training. In this way, our project will support personalization of healthcare and lifestyle management and will demonstrate measurable benefits, respect all aspects of confidentiality and privacy and be user friendly. Currently, between 5% - 10% of all knee replacement operations require post-operative corrective surgery, with clear implications to the comfort and wellbeing of the patient concerned. Through our developments, we aim to reduce the number of revision operations by 10% each year, which if applied to the 540 000 EU citizens undergoing such replacement surgery each year, will result in a net reduction of 5400 operations annually, equating to a total annual saving to EU healthcare providers of �108million, which will then be available for re-distribution to other healthcare priorities.

Coordinateur

UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHAMPTON
United Kingdom

Contribution de l'UE: EUR 943 452


Highfield
SO17 1BJ Southampton
United Kingdom
Activity type: Higher or Secondary Education Establishments
Contact administratif: MARK TAYLOR
Tél.: +44-2380-597660
Fax: +44-2380-593016
E-mail

Participants

CHARITE-UNIVERSITATSMEDIZIN BERLIN
Germany

Contribution de l'UE: EUR 832 950


SCHUMANNSTRASSE 20
10117 BERLIN
Germany
Activity type: Other
Contact administratif: GEORG DUDA
Tél.: +4930450559048
Fax: +4930450559969
E-mail
Konrad-Zuse-Zentrum für Informationstechnik Berlin
Germany

Contribution de l'UE: EUR 388 852


TAKUSTRASSE 7
14195 BERLIN-DAHLEM
Germany
Activity type: Research Organisations
Contact administratif: Hans-Christian Hege
Tél.: +49-30-84185141
Fax: +49-30-84185107
E-mail
UNIVERSIDAD DE ZARAGOZA
Spain

Contribution de l'UE: EUR 363 682


CALLE PEDRO CERBUNA 12
50009 ZARAGOZA
Spain
Activity type: Higher or Secondary Education Establishments
Contact administratif: Manuel Doblaré
Tél.: 34 976 76 19 12
Fax: 34 976 76 25 78
E-mail
ESI GROUP S.A.
France

Contribution de l'UE: EUR 311 633


RUE HAMELIN 6
75116 PARIS 16
France
Contact administratif: Argiris Kamoulakos
Tél.: +33-141735800
Fax: +33-146877202
E-mail
ACADEMISCH ZIEKENHUIS LEIDEN - LEIDS UNIVERSITAIR MEDISCH CENTRUM
Netherlands

Contribution de l'UE: EUR 546 040


Albinusdreef 2
2300RC LEIDEN
Netherlands
Activity type: Higher or Secondary Education Establishments
Contact administratif: Edward R. Valstar
Tél.: +31 71 5262975
Fax: +31 71 5266743
E-mail
DEPUY INTERNATIONAL LIMITED
United Kingdom

Contribution de l'UE: EUR 185 897


ST ANTHONYS ROAD
LS11 8DT BEESTON-LEEDS WEST YORKSHIRE
United Kingdom
Activity type:
Contact administratif: Allan Ritchie
Tél.: +44-113-3877923
Fax: +44-113-3877892
E-mail
FINSBURY (DEVELOPMENT) LIMITED
United Kingdom

Contribution de l'UE: EUR 64 642


13 MOLE BUSINESS PARK - RANDALLS ROAD
KT22 0BA LEATHERHEAD - SURREY
United Kingdom
Activity type: Research Organisations
Contact administratif: ANDREW TAYLOR
Tél.: +44-1372-360830
Fax: +44-1372-360779
E-mail
PERA INNOVATION LIMITED
United Kingdom

Contribution de l'UE: EUR 344 068


PERA INNOVATION PARK - MELTON MOWBRAY
LE13 0PB MELTON MOWBRAY
United Kingdom
Contact administratif: NIGEL LAMBERT
Tél.: +44-1664-501501
Fax: +44-1664-501589
E-mail
FINSBURY ORTHOPAEDICS LTD
Fin de participation
United Kingdom

Contribution de l'UE: EUR 0


13 Mole Business Park
KT22 0BA LEATHERHEAD, SURREY
United Kingdom
Activity type:
Contact administratif: ANDREW TAYLOR
Tél.: +44-1372-360830
Fax: +44-1372-360779
E-mail