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Software

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AOCOIAC 4.0
(EXE, 70.4 MB)

MySQL 5.0.67 is provided together with the installation package.

Manuals

AOCOIAC
(PDF, 11.6 MB)

CMF Fracture Classification Module
(PDF, 4.3 MB)

Pediatric Database Extension
(PDF, 5.8 MB)

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AO Comprehensive Injury Automatic Classifier (AOCOIAC)

With the support of AOTrauma and AOCMF a comprehensive injury automatic classifier, called AO Comprehensive Injury Automatic Classifier (AOCOIAC), has been developed. This unique software facilitates the diagnosis, coding and documentation of injuries. While the adult and pediatric classification was already established, the new AOCMF fracture classification module was recently added to the software. In addition, a database extension for pediatric long bone fractures was developed and implemented into AOCOIAC for full documentation including health status, treatment, complications and outcome.

 


Revised AO/OTA Fracture and Dislocation Classification


A revision of the AO/OTA Fracture and Dislocation Classification was published in the January 2018 issue of the Journal of Orthopaedic Trauma.

Click here to access the new compendium and support materials.

To provide users with a more streamlined, concise, and clinically relevant tool, changes to terminology and typography were made, a review of the codes with regards to frequency and applicability was conducted, paired bones (radius/ulna and tibia/fibula) are now coded individually, all fracture illustrations were newly produced, and a list of universal modifiers and qualifications were introduced.

Specifications

  • Stand-alone PC-based software with user-friendly interface
  • Education and training in using AO fracture classification systems
  • Easy fracture classification and coding via specific modules:
    • AO/OTA Fracture and Dislocation Classification (long bone fractures in adults) and AO Pediatric Comprehensive Classification of long bone Fractures (AO PCCF)
    • CMF: comprehensive cranio-maxillofacial classification system
  • Direct access to AO Surgery Reference after coding
  • Open-source MySQL database for documentation of injuries
  • Database extension for documentation of pediatric long bone fractures
  • Improved data quality control with built-in error messages
  • Check and handling of similar patient codes to avoid duplicate entries
  • Improved data security by export/import of patient and classifier records
  • Reporting tab to produce event reports for print or creation of PDF documents
  • Backup facility

Minimum requirements

AOCOIAC with local database (client/server installation)

  • Windows XP or higher
  • Internet Explorer 7 or higher
  • Intel Core 2 Duo, 2GHz
  • 2 GB RAM
  • XGA (1024 x 768) True Color (24/32 Bit) 128 MB RAM
  • Free hard disk space 5 GB
  • TCP/IP protocol support, setup requires admin rights

AOCOIAC for server database access (client installation)

  • Windows XP or higher
  • Internet Explorer 7 or higher
  • Intel Pentium 4, 2GHz
  • 512 MB RAM
  • XGA (1024 x 768) True Color (24/32 Bit) 128 MB RAM
  • Free hard disk space 200 MB
  • TCP/IP protocol support, Setup requires admin rights

Note for MAC, Linux, and Solaris users

AOCOIAC can be run using a x86 and AMD64/Intel64 virtualization software such as the freely available VirtualBox (a Windows license is required).

Project core team

Alexander Joeris, CHProject ManagerAOCID
Dirk Sauter, DEProgrammer
HM – Ingenieurbüro Herwig Marschelke
Jim Kellam, USMedical expert
Module long bones for adults
Theddy Slongo, CHMedical expert
Module long bones for children
Peter Cornelius, DEMedical expert
Module CMF classification for adults
Laurent Audigé, CHMethodological supportAOCID

Screenshots of AOCOIAC software showing the CMF and pediatric fracture classification modules.

AOCOIAC-1-2014 
AOCOIAC-2-2014 
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