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Cementless acetabular prosthesis EMPOWR DUAL MOBILITY™

cementless acetabular prosthesis
cementless acetabular prosthesis
cementless acetabular prosthesis
cementless acetabular prosthesis
cementless acetabular prosthesis
cementless acetabular prosthesis
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Characteristics

Fixation type
cementless

Description

EMPOWR Dual Mobility™ is engineered for enhanced joint stability and helps reduce risks of dislocation by offering the largest assembled head for a given cup size. Its robust locking mechanism aided by the uniquely designed dome peg and locking tabs helps in achieving a robust cup-liner engagement, which enhances corrosion resistance and helps build surgeon confidence.2 Liner installation is hassle-free and as easy as “rotate, drop, and lock”. These features, when combined with ONE tray instrumentation, provide a unique and efficient solution that a modern practice demands. HXe+™ POLYETHYLENE BEARING Highly-crosslinked, designed for bail and socket kinematics, and are blended with Vitamin E. These Hxe+ poly bearings have been demonstrated to significantly reduce oxidation and long-term wear LARGEST EFFECTIVE HEAD FORAGIVEN CUPSIZE EMPOWR Acetabular™ cups share fewer mner diameters as their sizes progress, allowing for larger assembled dual mobility heads when compared to other contemporary dual mobility Systems. Larger heads have been directly correlated to better joint stability* LOCKING FEATURE Robust and intuitive "Rotate and Drop" locking feature provides visual and tactile confirmation of liner engagement, and helps avoid mal-seating JUMP DISTANCE EMPOWR Dual Mobility™ bas a minimum jump distance of 20mm, an 1.5mm increase over standard THA implant with a 36mm fémoral head

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