optimys – RM Pressfit vitamys – ceramys
WHY BONE PRESERVATION?
The requirements for artificial joint replacements are steadily increasing – the challenges often remain the same:
Abrasion particles that cause osteolysis and stress shielding affect bone preservation, the quality of the joint replacement and the long-term stability of the prostheses.
Solutions such as bone-preserving design, reduction of abrasion by novel technologies and reconstruction of the patient’s individual anatomy and biomechanics are addressed with the Bonepreservation system.
The optimys was developed to enable the individual reconstruction of the patient’s anatomy, whereby the main construct is the femoral neck.
RM Pressfit vitamys
Robert Mathys senior was the first to describe the isoelasticity of standard polyethylene cups, titanium RM cups and human bone.
A pearl of ceramics.
The quality of medical ceramics and the better wettability virtually rule out wear on ceramic-ceramic bearings and reduce the wear against standard PE to 1/10th.
GETTING TO KNOW
Getting to know the Bonepreservation system is easy: Drop in at a congress and look at it at close range.
Or attend one of our anatomy workshops – just sign up and try the system directly.
Prefer looking from afar? Our media gallery gives a realistic insight into the application.
Bone preservation for primary hip arthroplasty
Institute of Anatomy, University of Bern, Switzerland
20TH EFORT congress
European Federation of National Associations of Orthopaedics and Traumatology
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