Intended for Medical Professionals
Designed for Optimal Coverage of the Lateral Compartment
The Oxford Fixed Lateral is a fixed bearing partial knee, specifically designed for the lateral compartment using over 400 lateral compartment CT scans.1
- Knee Reconstruction
- Partial Knee Replacement
- Partial Knee Replacement
Survivorship at 4 years99%
A study of 186 Oxford Fixed Laterals, with a mean follow-up of 2.8 years, reported a 99% survivorship at 4 years.2
Anatomically designed tibial component specific for the lateral compartment, based on over 400 lateral compartment CT scans.1
Twin Peg Femoral Component
- Same femoral component as the Oxford Partial Knee, which has
over 45 years of clinical experience
Additional peg intended to provide rotational stability
- Twin Peg Femoral Component
Designed for the Lateral Compartment
- The Oxford Fixed Lateral is designed to provide optimal coverage of the lateral compartment.
The IM Adaptor allows the Oxford Microplasty femoral drill guide to be linked to the IM rod using the Microplasty IM link. The adaptor flexes the femoral component 5 degrees.
The EM Adaptor attaches to the Microplasty femoral drill guide and gives surgeons the option of an EM Alignment technique. An EM Alignment Rod is inserted through the EM adaptor to reference the ASIS and flexes the femoral component 5 degrees.
The Low Profile Spherical Mills are used to allow for proper balancing of the knee in 1 mm increments, but the low profile design allows the mills to fit easily into the lateral compartment.
- The Oxford Fixed Lateral PKR combines the experience gained from the fixed bearing Vanguard M™ Partial Knee and mobile bearing Oxford Partial Knee. Same femoral component as the Oxford Partial Knee, which has over 45 years of clinical experience.
- Reproducible instrumentation: uses the Oxford Microplasty® Instrumentation platform, facilitating a reproducible surgical technique. Microplasty instrumentation simplifies the surgical technique, providing more accurate and reproducible femoral and tibial implant positioning.4
Fox, D. (2012) Oxford Fixed Lateral Tibia - Lateral Tibial Plateau Profile Mapping Study Report. [Unpublished report] Data on file.
Asadollahi, S., et al. "Early Results of Fixed Bearing Unicompartmental Knee Replacement Designed for the Lateral Compartment." The Knee 27 (2020): S4-S5.
Test report: Wear Performance of Uni-Condylar Knee Systems, September 12, 2003. Direct wear testing has not been performed on the Oxford Fixed Lateral. Laboratory testing is not necessarily indicative of clinical performance.
Hurst JM et al. Radiographic Comparison of Mobile- Bearing Partial Knee Single-Peg versus Twin-Peg Design. The Journal of Arthroplasty. 30(3): 475-478. 2015.
Data on file at Zimmer Biomet. Based on Market Analysis and Registry Data, gathered September 2017.
Price, A. and Svard, U. A Second Decade Lifetable Survival Analysis of the Oxford Unicompartmental Knee Arthroplasty. Clin Orthop Relat Res (2011) 469:174–179.
Pandit et al. The clinical outcome of minimally invasive phase 3 Oxford unicompartmental knee arthroplasty. Bone Joint J 2015;97-B:1493–1500.
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