Media

Films and animation sequences of the surgical technique are available to familiarise oneself with the individual components.

FILM/ANIMATION

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Animation

Implantation of the calcar guided optimys stem

Description of the implantation of optimys including tips and tricks in different Femura

  • Mathys LtdBettlach 

Animation

ADDRESSING THE CHALLENGES OF THE SURGEON WITH A BONEPRESERVATION SYSTEM

How does the Mathys bonepreservation system help to address the challenges a surgeon is facing in daily clinical life?

  • Mathys Ltd Bettlach

Live Operation

ASIA Approach

Diese Live Operation zeigt den ASIA Approach (Anterior Supine Intermuscular Approach), wobei die RM Pressfit Pfanne, der optimys Hüftschaft und ein ceramys Hüftkopf verwendet werden.

  • Dr. Maurice Basso, Hôptial Renée Sabran, Frankreich

Live surgery

anterior approach in lateral decubitus position

This live surgery recording shows the anterior approach in lateral decubitus position. Implants used are RM Pressfit vitamys Cup, the optimys short stem and the symarec ceramic head.

  • Prof Martin Beck, Cantonal Hospital Lucerne, Switzerland

Live surgery

 ANTEROlateral APPROACH

This live surgery film shows the anterolateral approach with the patient in supine position using the RM Pressfit vitamys and the optimys short stem. 

  • Prof Dr Joachim Pfeil and Dr Philipp Rehbein, Wiesbaden, Germany 

Animation

 INDIVIDUAL RECONSTRUCTION

The following animation shows important aspects of «Individual Reconstruction of the Anatomy with bone preserving implants». Further, the animation explains the RM Philosophy, its development and its successes.

From preoperative planning to surgical technique and detailed product information – this animation provides a deeper insight.

  • Prof Dr Joachim Pfeil, Wiesbaden, Germany and Prof Dr Werner Siebert, Kassel, Germany

Surgical video

Individualized Stem-positioning in Calcar-guided Short-stem Total Hip Arthroplasty

Surgical  technique of optimys incl. short term results.
The video was created in collaboration with JoVE and the St. Josefs Hospital Wiesbaden and can be found also on the original link: www.jove.com/video/56905 

  • Dr Karl Philipp Kutzner and Prof. Dr Joachim Pfeil, Wiesbaden, Germany; www.jove.com

Animation

Bone integration optimys

The animation shows the stepwise boneintegration of the optimys stem –from the primary to the secondary stability. Furthermore, the video shows the recovery phases through which the patient progresses after a total hip arthroplasty.

  • Dr Karl Philipp Kutzner, Wiesbaden, Germany and Prim. Dr Josef Hochreiter, Linz, Austria

QUESTIONS?

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Whether on individual products, the system as a whole or our anatomy workshops – I will be happy to answer your questions. 

Christian Hein

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