Providing comprehensive solutions with Trabecular Metal™ Technology
Comprehensive, Stable, Cementless Offering
The NexGen LCCK can be used with augments, stem extensions and Trabecular Metal Cones to help provide stabilization in knee arthroplasty.
- Primary Knee Arthroplasty
- Revision Knee Arthroplasty
Class Leading Clinical Heritage
Survivorship at 10 years1
Survivorship at 16 years2
Through an extensive portfolio of options, surgeons have the freedom to select the best component combination for any given patient.
Provides stabilization with an elevated tibial spine and deeper femoral intercondylar box that accommodates a range of motion in excess of 120 degrees.
Tibial augments are 5-20 mm blocks in 5 mm increments offered in Titanium or up to 30 mm in Trabecular Metal Material. Femoral augments are posterior, distal, and anterior.
Straight and offset stem extensions are innterchangeable between all stemmable NexGen Tibial and Femoral Components.
- Made from clinically proven3-5 Trabecular Metal Technology
- Trabecular Metal Tibial and Femoral Cones are available in multiple shapes and sizes. Refer to the NexGen Trabecular Metal Cones Brochure for more information.
- Tibial and femoral augments available in Trabecular Metal material
Complete Continuum of care
- Offers surgeons the ease of transitioning from the NexGen LCCK Knee to the NexGen Rotating Hinge (RH) Knee to the Zimmer® Segmental System (ZSS) prosthesis within the same platform
- Kim YH, Kim JS. Revision total knee arthroplasty with use of a constrained condylar knee prosthesis. J Bone Joint Surg Am. 2009;91(6):1440-1447.
- Young-Hoo, K., et al. Long-Term Clinical Outcomes and Survivorship of Revision Total Knee Arthroplasty with Use of a Constrained Condylar Knee Prosthesis. The Journal of Arthroplasty. Article in Press. 2015.
- Zhang, Y., et al. Interfacial Frictional Behavior: Cancellous Bone, Cortical Bone, and a Novel Porous Tantalum Biomaterial. Journal of Musculoskeletal Research. 3(4):, 245-251, 1999.
- Bobyn, J.D., et al. Characteristics of Bone In-growth and Interface Mechanics of a New Porous Tantalum Biomaterial. Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery (British). 81-B(5): 907, 1999.
- Shirazi-Adl, A., et al. Experimental Determination of Friction Characteristics at the Trabecular Bone / Porous-coated Metal Interface in Cementless Implants. The Journal of Biomedical Research. 27: 167-175, 1993.
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