Temporaty hip spacer InterSpace®

temporaty hip spacer
temporaty hip spacer
temporaty hip spacer
temporaty hip spacer
temporaty hip spacer
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The most widely studied spacer technology in the world, InterSpace® is the first pre-formed spacer with 93.3 percent eradication rate.1 Its positive clinical results coupled with the systematic research of surgeon-made devices led to the design of products that could be both mechanically safe and pharmacologically effective. InterSpace Knee, Hip and Shoulder are preformed, articulating, partial load-bearing structures comprised of gentamicin-impregnated PMMA bone cement. InterSpace is indicated for skeletally-mature patients undergoing the first stage of a two-stage revision arthroplasty. Advantages Proven high release formulation and design yields predictable and consistent local antimicrobial activity compared to other treatment options Maintains joint space and allows limited mobility with partial weight-bearing Stabilizes or tensions the soft tissues and reduces bone loss between stages, potentially facilitating easier re-implantation during a second-stage procedure Shortens operating time Demonstrates functional success rates equivalent to non-infected revisions Improves quality of life between procedures InterSpace Hip is designed to temporarily replace a Total Hip Arthroplasty (THA) that has been explanted due to infection. InterSpace® Tapered Wedge The InterSpace Tapered Wedge allows surgeons to more conservatively treat patients following a peri-prosthetic joint infection (PJI) of a wedge-style stem and this modern tapered wedge design helps to more conservatively address a narrow femoral cavity. The lower profile lateral shoulder allows for ease of insertion when implanting the stem.

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