Knee Replacement Products

Patient Specific Solutions

Zimmer Biomet offers surgeons knee replacement solutions, with a comprehensive suite of orthopaedic knee implant products and instruments. Zimmer Biomet has a product designed to fit your patient’s unique challenges and conditions. More than one in three1 knee joint replacements implanted around the world is a Zimmer Biomet product, making us a trusted source for quality knee replacement products. With our comprehensive total knee systems, partial knee systems, bicruciate preserving arthroplasty systems and revision knee systems, our products empower surgeons to offer a patient specific approach for each knee replacement procedure.

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Partial Knee Systems

Zimmer Biomet is the leading company in partial knee arthroplasty (PKA)2 with over 40 years’ experience, offering a comprehensive range of anatomic and innovative solutions.

Research shows that that surgeons utilizing PKA for at least 20% of their annual knee replacements experienced a significant decrease in their revision rate.2

One study indicated that, almost 50% of knee replacement patients are candidates for PKA.4 PKA patients have demonstrated increased patient satisfaction,5,6 better functionality7 and fewer complications8 compared to total knee patients.

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Total Knee Systems

Zimmer Biomet’s Total Knee Systems are designed with natural knee motion in mind. Our gender solutions compensate for the important differences between men’s and women’s knees. Zimmer Biomet also has fully customizable knee implant options. The mobile bearing systems feature advanced stability and wear characteristics, and our posterior stabilized systems are designed to accommodate the restoration of high-flexion daily activities.

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Revision Knee Systems

Knee revision surgeries are increasing every year and are often complex and challenging. Zimmer Biomet offers a wide variety of solutions that address fixation, constraint, soft tissue and boney defect management challenges that are often encountered during revision knee arthroplasty. These systems offer unparalleled implant options and combinations allowing a patient specific approach to reconstruct the knee as individual anatomy dictates. Zimmer Biomet also offers a wide variety of cementless technologies.  

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Personalized Solutions

Personalizing the Future of Orthopaedics

Zimmer Biomet’s Personalized Solutions Team is focused on creating a comprehensive, technology-based portfolio aimed at providing better patient outcomes while gaining efficiencies and minimizing episode of care costs.

Now, using our various technologies and associated software platforms has never been easier through the use of our Personalized Solutions Portal. Visit us at ps.zimmerbiomet.com to get started.

Within our current portfolio, we offer:

  1. CRT Initiating Coverage of the Orthopedic Medical Technology Industry. Industry Report. November 3, 2015.
  2. Data on file at Zimmer Biomet. Based on Market Analysis and Registry Data, gathered September 2017.
  3. Liddle et al. Optimal usage of unicompartmental knee arthroplasty a Study of 41,986 Cases from the National Joint Registry for England and Wales. Bone Joint J 2015;97-B:1506–11.
  4. Willis-Owen CA, et al. Unicondylar knee arthroplasty in the UK National Health Service: An analysis of candidacy, outcome and cost efficacy. Knee. 2009 Dec;16(6):473–8.
  5. Beard D, Price A, Davies L, et al. A Multicentre Randomised Study Comparing Total or Partial Knee Replacement – One Year Results of The Topkat Trial. BASK. Liverpool, UK 2016.
  6. Zuiderbaan, H, et al. Unicondylar knee arthroplasty versus total knee arthroplasty: Which type of artificial joint do patients forget? British Editorial Society of Bone & Joint Surgery. January 2016.
  7. Jones, GG, et al. Gait comparison of unicompartmental and total knee arthroplasties with healthy controls. Bone Joint J 2016;(10 Suppl B):16–21.
  8. Brown, NM, et al. Total Knee Arthroplasty Has Higher Postoperative Morbidity Than Unicompartmental Knee Arthroplasty: A Multicenter Analysis. The Journal of Arthroplasty. (2012) Not all partial knees in this study were Oxford knees.
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