Trabecular Metal Natural Cup System Surgical Technique
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Surgical Technique Performance like nature intended... The Best Thing Next to BoneT Confidence in your hands"

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Trabecular Metal Natural Cup System Acetabular Reaming Use progressively larger reamers to prepare the acetabulum. Hold the reamer steady in the same position in which the cup will be implanted (approximately 45° of abduction and 15° of anteversion). To check reaming accuracy, insert the provisional shell into the acetabulum. Note: Gross oscillation of the reamer is not required. Shell Sizing and Positioning Provisional shell sizes match the outside dimensions of the acetabular reamers. The provisional shell has protruding 1mm teeth around the rim to stabilize the cup during trial...

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Instrument Assembly Assemble the Bayonet Adapter and the Bayonet Handle (A). Then, with the Bayonet Adapter positioned on the flat portion of the rim of the Acetabular Cup, turn the adapter until it locks into place (B). Place the Version Guide on the Bayonet Handle (C). During impaction, the Version Guide should again be aligned perpendicular to the longitudinal axis of the patient. A Bayonet Handle Bayonet Adapter Align the reference mark on the cup with the one previously made on the bone. Place the Medial Cup Impactor against the Bayonet Adapter. Note: Do not place the Medial Cup...

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Final Reduction With the Acetabular Cup implanted, reduce the hip and assess range of motion, stability, and limb length. If the cup needs to be repositioned, impact the rim of the cup using the Cup Rim Impactor to adjust the face angle. After the correct position has been achieved, it may be necessary Cup Rim Impactor to ensure that the cup is seated, using the Bayonet Handle (as in Step 5) or the Ball Impactor (Provisional Shell Impactor Handle assembled to Ball Impactor Acetabular Impactor Head). Peripheral Screw Placement (Optional) A Trabecular Metal Natural Cup with Peripheral Screws...

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Trabecular Metal Natural Cup System Trabecular Metal Material MIS Friendly & Time Saving Ten years of ongoing clinical success for Trabecular Metal material is attributed to its unique combination of characteristics. The material is designed to replicate the natural properties of bone, including the structure, porosity, elasticity, and weight-bearing characteristics. The benefits include: By eliminating steps in the procedure, the cup potentially saves OR time and is more MIS friendly. • An excellent scratch fit for proven initial fixation without screws 1-3 • A high porosity that yields...

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Ordering Information Implants Description Core Instrument Set Provision Shells, 40mm (2mm increments) Through ↓ Provision Shells, 70mm (2mm increments) Bayonets, 40mm (2mm increments) Through ↓ Bayonets, 70mm (2mm increments) Cup Rim Impactor Cup Version Guide Provisional Liner Extractor Bayonet Handle & Plunger Provisional Shell Impactor Handle Medial Cup Impactor Acetabular Impactor Head – 22mm Acetabular Impactor Head – 28mm Acetabular Impactor Head – 32mm Instrument Case Assembly With each core set, order one of the following liner trial trays. – liner trial trays stack and assemble to...

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