Trabecular Metal™ Monoblock Tibial Components
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Zimmer ® Trabecular Metal™ Monoblock Tibial Components Setting a New Gold Standard in Cementless TKA

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The Best Thing Next to Bone™ Trabecular Metal ™ material resembles trabecular bone in its cellular structure and weight-bearing characteristics. By approximating the mechanical and physical properties of bone, Trabecular Metal material enables rapid and extensive bone infiltration.1,2 Clinical experience in thousands of cases has proven the versatility of Trabecular Metal Technology in diverse orthopaedic applications. 75-80% Porosity • High Friction & Stability • Bone Matched Elasticity 75-80% Porosity Bone Matched Elasticity Fully interconnected pores and high porosity allow approximately...

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Compatible with CR-Flex and LPS-Flex. NexGen Legacy Posterior Stabilized (LPS-Flex) Monoblock Tibia Trabecular Metal Monoblock Tibial Components combine the benefits of Trabecular Metal material with the geometries of the NexGen® Complete Knee Solution Cruciate Retaining (CR/CR-Flex) and NexGen Legacy® NexGen Cruciate Knee Posterior Stabilized (LPS/LPS-Flex) Retaining (CR-Flex) Tibial Articular Surfaces. Monoblock Tibia Secure Polyethylene/ Trabecular Metal Interface Direct compression molding of polyethylene into Trabecular Metal material eliminates the potential for backside wear.4...

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00-5886-048-17 Trabecular Metal Monoblock CR Tibia, 6. Rawlinson, JJ, Wright, TM, Bartel, DL, “Finite Element Analysis of a Porous Tantalum Monoblock Tibia Compared with a Metal-Backed Tibial Component”, Presented at the 51st Annual ORS, Washington D.C., February, 2005. 7. RA Poggie and JE Wood, “Preliminary Clinical and Radio graphic Results of Porous Tantalum in Primary TKA”, IMECHE's Knee Arthroplasty: Engineering Functionality, April 7-9, 2005 Royal College of Surgeons, London, UK conference proceedings, pp 57-60. 8. Zhang Y, Ahn PB, Fitzpatrick DC, Heiner AD, Poggie RA, Brown, TD,...

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