cementless femoral stem
Bencox® M

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Characteristics

  • Fixture type:

    cementless

Description

Rotational Stability
Flat body in anterior-posterior view resists to rotation of the implant in the canal.
Clinically proven TPS coating
Ti-Plasma spray coating
The microporous pure titanium coating with pores of 50-200(jm diameter and more than 30% porosity leads to direct bone apposition for secondary stability.
Wide range of motion
Unique Neck Geometry
The innovated trapezoidal neck design allows wide angulation and protects impingement and dislocation
Ideal choice for minimal invasive surgery
Reduced lateral shoulder allows less bone resection and preservation of soft tissue.
Reduced stem length Thin anterior-to-posterior width allows to minimize the amount of distal canal remove.
Curved distal tip can pomote easier and more smooth insertion into the femoral canal.Femoral-Neck Resections
After the exposure of the hip joint via the surgical
approach, femoral-neck resection can be carried
out, following the gentle dislocation of the femoral
head. If dislocation is difficult, the femoral head
can be removed using a cork screw after neck
resection.Using an oscillating, or a reciprocating
saw, femoral-neck resection is recommended at
approximately1-cm above the lesser trochanter,
at an angle of 45˚ from the axis of the femur.Note:The BencoxⅡ Hip System, a collarless
system, does not require an exact cutting angle
or level.The acetabular rim must be exposed, and the remains of the capsule must be cleaned.Initiate the reaming with a small, starting reamer to deepen the acetabulum all the way
to the medial floor of the acetabular fossaThe whole cartilage
should be removed, along with the osteophyte on the acetabular fossa, and the
osteophyte on the rim.