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Cotilo Maxera™

Descripción del producto

El cotilo Maxera proporciona una opción cerámica-cerámica, de cabeza femoral grande, para los pacientes más jóvenes y activos. El cotilo posee un diseño semiesférico consolidado8,11,12 que ofrece una mayor estabilidad2–6 con una técnica quirúrgica conocida. El cotilo Maxera presenta a los cirujanos ortopédicos un sistema que ofrece un gran rango de movimiento1, 2 y poco desgaste de la superficie articular7–9, lo que permite que el paciente pueda recuperar mejor su estilo de vida activo.

Referencias bibliográficas

  1. Amstutz et al., Prevention and treatment of dislocation after total hip replacement using large diameter balls. Clin Orthop Relat Res., Dec 2004, (429): 108-16
  2. Cuckler et al., Large versus small femoral heads in metal-on-metal total hip arthroplasty, J Arthroplasty, Vol 19, Issue 8, Suppl 3, Dec 2004: 41-44
  3. Hummel et al., Decreased Dislocation After Revision Total Hip Arthroplasty Using Larger Femoral Head Size and Posterior Capsular Repair, J Arthroplasty, Vol 24, Issue 6, Suppl 1, Sept 2009: 73-76
  4. Dowd et al., Large Femoral Heads Can Help Reduce Risk of Dislocation in Total Hip Arthroplasty, J Arthroplasty, Vol 23, Issue 2, Feb 2008: 318
  5. Peters et al., Reduction in Early Dislocation Rate With Large-Diameter Femoral Heads in Primary Total Hip Arthroplasty, J Arthroplasty,Vol 22, Issue 2, Feb 2007: 312
  6. Howie et al., A randomised controlled trial of large metal on highly cross-linked polyethylene articulations in primary and revision total hip replacement, 40th Advances in Arthroplasty, 202, Cambridge, MA, 2010
  7. Kuntz M, Validation of a New High Performance Alumina Matrix Composite for use in Total Joint Replacement. Seminars in Arthroplasty, 2006; 17: 141-145
  8. Data on File at Zimmer
  9. Fisher et al., Wear of Highly Crosslinked Polyethylene against Cobalt Chrome and Ceramic Femoral Heads, 11th International CeramTec Symposium, 185-88, New York, 2006
  10. CeramTec GmbH; internal data on file.
  11. Baleani et al., Initial stability of a cementless acetabular cup design: experimental investigation on the effect of adding fins to the rim of the cup. Artif Organs, Aug 2001, 25(8): 664-9
  12. Markel et al., Press-fit stability of uncemented hemispheric acetabular components: a comparison of three porous coating systems. Int Orthop 2002, 26: 72-75

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