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Scorpio ®Knee TS
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Single Axis Revision Knee System

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Scorpio Knee TS Single Axis Revision Knee System Uncompromising Stability. Improved Ligament Stability Scorpio TS is designed to maintain a constant center of rotation throughout the range of motion. This provides uniform ligament tension during the transition from full extension to deep flexion. Scorpio TS has a single FE axis Zone of Potential Instability Competitive designs have multiple FE axes By preserving ligament isometry, Scorpio TS eliminates mid-flexion instability, which is a common concern in revision knee surgery. Varus/Valgus Stability The Scorpio TS eminence is designed to...

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• Femoral stem extension • Femoral/Tibial offset adaptor • Raised anterior flange • Femoral component • Posterior femoral bone augmentation block • Stabilizer post • Tibial tray • Tibial bone augmentation block • Deltafit Keel • Femoral/Tibial offset adaptor • Tibial stem extension

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Maximized Contact Area. Minimized Polyethylene Wear. Scorpio TS tibial and femoral components are conforming in both the M/L and A/P planes, and remain conforming throughout the range of motion due to single axis rotation, maximizing contact area and reducing the potential for polyethylene wear. Modular Femoral Component Design • Cobalt Chromium Alloy with LFIT Surface Treatment to reduce the potential for polyethylene wear • Single medial/lateral radius* between femoral and tibial articulating surfaces to maximize contact area and reduce polyethylene stresses, decreasing the potential for...

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The Advantages of Advanced, Single Axis Design Longer Moment Arm Increases Performance Traditional multiple axis knee designs have a relatively short patello-femoral moment arm which gets shorter as it moves anteriorly and proximally with the changing center of rotation. This decreases leverage on the quadriceps muscle, forcing the patient to work harder to achieve full extension. In comparison, the center of rotation of the Scorpio TS femoral component is fixed at the transepicondylar axis. This increases the length of the patello-femoral moment arm, which maximizes quadriceps efficiency...

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Scorpio Knee TS Single Axis Revision Knee System Designed For Uncompromising Stability • Single axis design • Improved ligament stability • Varus/valgus stability • Excellent rotational stability A Strong Commitment to Your Total Preparation Stryker understands the unexpected challenges facing the orthopaedic surgeon during revision knee surgery. That is why we are committed to providing the finest, most comprehensive system of implants and instruments available – a system uniquely designed to enable the orthopaedic surgeon to be prepared for any situation that may be encountered during...

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