femoral stem

femoral stem

in arthroplasty of the hip or knee, the part of the prosthesis that inserts into the end of the trimmed and prepared femur.
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When severe bone loss in infected total hip arthroplasty does not allow the substitution of the prosthetic femoral component with a stable femoral stem, a proximal femoral replacement by means of femoral megaprostheses may be indicated.
42248 Total Hip Replacement Set-Cemented Femoral Stem, Acetabulum Cup, Femoral Head, Liner, Centra Oser Cement With Gentamycin 40 Gms Plain Cement 20 Gms All Sizes Us Fda Approved With Instrumentation Set To Be Provided Plus
Legal-Bay is now focusing their efforts on other hip litigations for clients needing lawsuit funding including: DePuy Pinnacle, Biomet M2a 38 and M2a Magnum, Stryker ABG II, Rejuvenate, and Accolade Femoral Stem Hips, and Wright Conserve and Profemur Z Stem Hips Systems.
The material properties of the coating graded in the horizontal direction from E1 at the inner layer of the coating adjacent to the femoral stem, to E2 at the outer layer of the coating adjacent to the femoral bone as shown in figure 1.
As with the first iteration, the saddle cups the ilium, and the femoral stem is implanted in the proximal femoral shaft for stability.
The femoral stem of the hip implant would be coated using LBL under sterile conditions, either by dipping or spraying the implant with different solutions containing the osteophilic materials.
SAN DIEGO--People who are overweight or younger than 75 years when they have a total hip replacement face an increased risk for revision within 12 years; the risk is also increased if cement was used to hold the femoral stem of the implant in place.
Such examples consisted of (see Figure 2) socket for transtibial amputee, ankle-foot orthesis for correction of articular rigidity, bony substitute for mandibular defect of critical size and femoral stem for hip prosthesis.
He was treated with skeletal femoral traction and subsequent revision of the femoral stem using a Stryker Restoration Modular Stem and open reduction internal fixation of the femoral shaft fracture with a large fragment periprosthetic locking plate and tension cables (Synthes, Paoli, PA) (Fig.
Stryker ABG II, Rejuvenate, and Accolade Femoral Stem Hip Models are facing up to 20k cases after a voluntary recall.