Hip Preservation

Today, preserving the hip joint often equates to performing a hip arthroscopy or replacement. At Zimmer Biomet, we view all conditions leading up to osteoarthritis as an opportunity to preserve the native anatomy. From dysplasia and avascular necrosis, to femoroacetabular impingement and labral damage, we provide conservative treatment options to make it simple for surgeons to restore a healthy hip.

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Patient Specific Analysis

3D Motion Hip Analysis is a service that converts medical scans into interactive visualization reports, providing a comprehensive overview of the native joint geometry

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Hip Arthroscopy

All-inclusive hip arthroscopy offering provides a range of hard knotted and all-suture anchor options for acetabular labral repair

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Hip Subchondroplasty® Procedure

The Hip Subchondroplasty Procedure targets and fills subchondral defects in the acetabulum and femur, including cysts, bone marrow lesions and bone defects associated with early stage pre-collapse AVN

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Surgical Head Dislocation (SHD)

Flexible solutions to support cartilage management and acetabular labrum repair in an “open” surgical approach

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Core Decompression

Selection of biologics and instrumentation designed to address early stage pre-collapse Avascular Necrosis (AVN)

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Osteotomy

Wide-ranging offering of products and services designed for osteotomies, which may be used to address deformities of the femur and support the restoration of the native joint socket 

Hip Subchondroplasty Procedure - AccuFill® Bone Substitute material is indicated to fill bone voids or defects of the skeletal system that are not intrinsic to the stability of the bony structure, and has not been evaluated for any clinical indications. 

SureLock® All-Suture Anchor - Only indicated for use in the hip joint in the United States

BioCUE® Blood and Bone Marrow Aspirate (BBMA) Concentration System - The BioCUE System is indicated to prepare autologous platelet rich plasma (PRP) to hydrate autograft and/or allograft bone. The PRP has not been evaluated for any clinical indications.

PerFuse™ Percutaneous Decompression System - Core decompression is an avascular necrosis treatment option. The PerFuse System is designed to access the femoral head for core decompression; and to facilitate mixing/pre-mixing of bone graft material with I.V. fluids, blood, PRP, bone marrow, or other specified blood components.

Large Titanium Cannulated Screw System - Screws 5mm and larger are intended for use in the femur, but only screws that are 6.5 mm or larger in diameter are indicated for both the pelvis and femur.

 

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