Cement

Modern Cementing Technique

Modern Cementing Technique is a documented and clinically proven procedure.1

The objective of Modern Cementing Technique is to optimise the cement quality and the interfaces between Implant-Cement and Cement-Bone for optimal implant fixation and long-term implant survival.

Zimmer Biomet’s comprehensive assortment of bone cements, products for mixing and delivery, pressurisation and bone bed preparation, is one of the most complete portfolios for Modern Cementing Technique in the market today. 

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Bone Cement

Bone Cement for Different Applications

Zimmer Biomet has been developing bone cement for decades and is today providing bone cement with excellent handling properties for the treatment of bone and soft tissue diseases.

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Vacuum Mixing Cartridges

Designed for improving Bone Cement Quality and Working Environment

Zimmer Biomet’s mixing systems are designed to efficiently mix bone cement in closed vacuum setups to reduce porosity2,3 of the mixed cement and to lower monomer fume exposure.

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Vacuum Mixing Bowls

Designed for Simplicity and Performance

Zimmer Biomet provides simple yet high performance systems to mix all viscosity bone cements.

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CementON® Tibial Mold

Efficient and Standardised Procedure for Tibial Cementation

CementON Tibial Molds are designed with an implant‐cement interface enhancement technology that is distinct in the joint arthroplasty market. The technology offers a standardised method facilitating a “no-touch” policy.

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Cement Spacer Molds

Personalised Fit and Optimal Elution

With the StageOneTM and StageOne Select products, Zimmer Biomet offers high‐quality, personalised, cement spacer molds for knee, shoulder and hip. The molds allow for personalised patient fit, and provide the surgeon with more options while increasing mobility for the patient.4

  1. Malchau H., et al. Prognosis of Total Hip Replacement. The National Hip Arthroplasty Register. 9-11, 1996. 
  2. Wang J-S, et al. Is there any difference between vacuum mixing systems in reducing bone cement porosity? Journal of Biomedical Materials Research. 33: (2):115-8, 1996.
  3. Wang J-S, et al. Bone Cement Porosity in Vacuum Mixing Systems, Bone Cements and Cementing Technique. Walenkamp, M. (Eds). Springer Verlag, 2001.
  4. Cui Q, et al. Antibiotic-Impregnated Cement Spacers for the Treatment of Infection Associated with Total Hip or Knee Arthroplasty. The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery. 89:871-882, 2007.
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