Short, Simple and Stable

The Echo Femoral Hip System offers a modern metaphyseal loading fit and fill design to address increasing hospital demands for both primary and fracture applications.

Procedures

  • Femoral Reconstruction
  • Hip Fracture

Philosophies

  • Fit and Fill 
  • Cemented and Cementless

 

Application

  • Primary
  • Fracture

The Echo Bi-Metric and Microplasty stems are built upon the heritage of two clinically proven implants: the Integral® and Bi-Metric femoral components.  Backed by over 20 years of clinical success,1–3  the Echo Bi-Metric stems enhance existing features of each and offer additional benefits to better meet patient needs.

7 years

100%

Echo Bi-Metric Femoral Stem1

12 years

98%

Integral Femoral Stem4

20 years

100%

Bi-Metric Femoral Stem5

Specifications

Benefits

Proven Design, 30 Years of Experience

The Echo® Bi-Metric® System represents the union of two clinically proven Zimmer Biomet implants: the Integral® and Bi-Metric femoral components. Backed by this long standing clinical heritage, the Echo Bi-Metric System enhances existing features of each and offers benefits to better meet patient demands.4-7

Multiple Variants

Addresses multiple anatomies, to suit various surgical approaches.

Full and Reduced Proximal Profile Options

Including 2 reduced proximal profile sizing options to accommodate varying anatomies

Two Profile Options

To maximize fit in smaller femoral canals or Dorr Type C femurs, reducing the need to force or undersize the implant to achieve the desired press fit.

Additional Information

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