Realign the mechanical axis of the patient
Ensure best correction to restore the patients mobility
You will have total control of the osteotomy and the correction, gaining security during critical steps like avoiding the rupture of the lateral cortical wall or controlling the patient's tibial slope at all time.
Get a Detailed Digital Surgery Simulating the perfect position of your prosthesis
Obtain a complete study of the actual and ideal mechanical axis of your patient.
Have a digital surgery simulation of the ideal osteotomy plane and angle correction to obtain a result that maches the ideal mechanical axis
Go one step forward with our Patient Specific Central PIN Positioning Guide
With our Patient Specific Surgical Instruments, be able to:
Bring your surgery to the next level. Get a full personalised metaglene system perfectly adapted to your patient
Avoid the instability and undercorrection that can come with a maladaptation of the standard implants and ensure a full implant adjustment
You will have available each of the screws and instruments you need, specially chosen for each surgical case so that you don’t have to worry about anything.
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The Reverse Shoulder Artrhoplasty is indicated for the treatment of shoulder osteoarthritis and proximal humeral fractures.
This product is compatible with the following prothesis:
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Villatte, G., Muller, A., Pereira, B., Mulliez, A., Reilly, P. and Emery, R., 2018. Use of Patient-Specific Instrumentation (PSI) for glenoid component positioning in shoulder arthroplasty. A systematic review and meta-analysis. PLOS ONE, 13(8), p.e0201759.
Walch, G., Vezeridis, P., Boileau, P., Deransart, P. and Chaoui, J., 2015. Three-dimensional planning and use of patient-specific guides improve glenoid component position: an in vitro study. Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery, 24(2), pp.302-309.
Boileau, P., Cheval, D., Gauci, M., Holzer, N., Chaoui, J. and Walch, G., 2018. Automated Three-Dimensional Measurement of Glenoid Version and Inclination in Arthritic Shoulders. Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, 100(1), pp.57-65.
Srivas, P., Kapat, K., Dadhich, P., Pal, P., Dutta, J., Datta, P. and Dhara, S., 2017. Osseointegration assessment of extrusion printed Ti6Al4V scaffold towards accelerated skeletal defect healing via tissue in-growth. Bioprinting, 6, pp.8-17.
Xiong, Y., Wang, W., Gao, R., Zhang, H., Dong, L., Qin, J., Wang, B., Jia, W. and Li, X., 2020. Fatigue behavior and osseointegration of porous Ti-6Al-4V scaffolds with dense core for dental application. Materials & Design, 195, p.108994.