Mobile apps

Many of our educational tools are available for mobile devices.

AO Surgery Reference

Gain easy access to the award-winning AO Surgery Reference.

Available free of charge in the iTunes App Store and Google Play store.

Moreover, it can be accessed from almost any other smartphone using a web browser with m.aosurgery.org as address.


AO/OTA Classification

The AO/OTA Classification of long bone fractures is the standard classification used by orthopedic and trauma surgeons dealing with skeletal trauma worldwide.

This app is a reference tool that will assist both beginners and experts in classifying any fracture of the long bones. Two pathways have been created to suit the beginner and the expert allowing all surgeons to quickly access the information they need.

Available free of charge in the iTunes App Store and Google Play store.


INSIGHTS Orthopedics

The most important medical content you need, right at your fingertips.

Available free of charge in the iTunes App Store and Google Play store.


Touch Surgery

The first tablet-based simulations for cognitive surgical training. Practice for surgery anytime, anywhere.

Available free of charge in the iTunes App Store and Google Play store.


AOTrauma orthogeriatrics app

Orthogers is an educational tool for healthcare professionals managing older adults with fragility fractures. The primary audience is surgeons and surgical trainees, but the content is also appropriate for other physicians and professionals. The content is presented through a series of decision pathways but is solely for educational purposes (ie, it is not designed for making diagnostic or treatment decisions for any individual patient).

Available free of charge in the iTunes App Store and Google Play store.

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Books and e-books

See an overview of AO Trauma publications and order online.

AOTrauma courses and events

Courses and events

Browse through all AO Trauma courses and events worldwide.

AOTrauma community

AOTrauma community

Become part of the largest trauma and orthopedic community.

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