LCS COMPLETE™ Revision Knee System
The LCS COMPLETE™ Revision Knee System is based upon the design principles of the clinically proven LCS™ Total Knee System. This system is designed to offer surgeons solutions to help address the wide variety of soft tissue and bone defects often encountered during revision TKA.
Features & Benefits
MBT Rotating Platform Technology
Rotational freedom to actively diffuse loosening forces especially when higher levels of constraint are present.1
MBT Revision Tray provides a platform for progressive compensation of bone loss.
Designed to compressively load the tibia.
Metaphyseal sleeves for tibia and femur
Modular porous sleeves accommodate bone defects of the Engh Type II and Type III.
Restores varying patient anatomies.
2 constraint levels available
Posterior Stabilized (PS).
Varus Valgus Constraint (VVC) insert allows for +1.25 degrees of Varus/Valgus lift-off.
The survivorship of Total Knee Replacement (TKR) is
dependent on, among other factors, the cementing
Early attempts to use acrylic cement in
orthopaedic surgery may have failed due to a
misunderstanding around how the cement functions.2
Cement achieves a mechanical bond to the bone by
penetrating into the pores of the cancellous bone where
it hardens, forming a micro-interlock; modern cementing
techniques aim to improve this micro-interlock
There are different cement considerations for TKR and
Total Hip Replacement (THR). However, like in THR
surgery, knee implants are known to fail at the cementbone interface or at the cement-implant interface