Matching patient’s individual anatomy
Triflange Acetabular Component
Patient Matched, Surgeon Designed
Severe cases of acetabular bone loss often require an implant specifically made to match the patient’s individual anatomy. Zimmer Biomet’s Triflange Acetabular component is a patient-matched implant designed in partnership with the surgeon, using the patient’s own CT scan data.
- Patient Matched Implants
- Patient Matched Implants
- Cemented and Cementless
The success of each implant starts with accurate reconstruction of the patient’s CT scan data into a 3-D bone model. We use this to create an implant proposal that can be sent out digitally via 3-D PDF file, or as a rapid prototype model. Once the surgeon approves the proposal, the final implant is manufactured for surgery. Expedited response is available for oncology cases or special circumstances.
PPS® Porous Plasma Spray
Designed to encourage biologic fixation between implant and bone, maintains the implant’s inherent fatigue strength and is designed to help prevent micromotion.
Proven RingLoc® locking technology.1–5
Zimmer Biomet’s X Series Power System™
Designed with one goal in mind: being a trusted system for a variety of surgical orthopedic procedures. X Series Power System has a modular design that’s intended to deliver a lightweight, ergonomic system with the power you need for Reconstructive procedures and the versatility you demand for Ortho Trauma procedures.
- Data on file at Biomet. Bench test results not necessarily indicative of clinical performance.
- Fehring, T.K. et al. Motion at the Modular Acetabular Interface: A Competitive Study. Scientific Exhibit presented at the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons. 62nd Annual Meeting. Atlanta, GA. 1996.
- Rosner, B.I. et al. Cup/Liner Conformity of Modular Acetabular Designs. Scientific Exhibit presented at the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons. 61st Annual Meeting. Orlando, FL. 1995.
- Rosner, B.I. et al. Cup/Liner Incongruity of Two Piece Acetabular Designs: Implications in the Generation of Polyethylene Debris. Scientific Exhibit presented at the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons. 60th Annual Meeting. New Orleans, LA. 1994.
- Trodonsky, S. et al. Performance Characteristics of Two-piece Acetabular Cups. Scientific Exhibit presented at the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons. 59th Annual Meeting. San Francisco, CA. 1992.
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