reverse shoulder prosthesis / cementless
Shoulder prosthesis type:
Reversed is a new generation of reversed prosthesis, designed for numerous shoulder
pathologies: ranging from offset arthritis to a complex cephalotuberosity fracture in a subject over 70 years.
The technical characteristics of this implant have been designed based on computer simulations,
correlated to results previously published in medical journals, in order to avoid the disadvantages of
traditional reverse prostheses.
A centric or eccentric glenosphere, tilted at 10°, centered on a variable length baseplate post
(compatible with positioning techniques), the position of which is guided by an intuitive adaptive
instrumentation. A 145° prosthetic epiphysis allows the pillar of the scapula to be protected while maintaining
optimum stability. The humeral implant is positioned naturally in the center of the epiphysis, preserving the remaining bone as
much as possible. However, the options of locking or cementing will allow the surgeon to position
the prosthetic stem at the required height, according to the patient's indication and anatomy.
HumelockTM Reversed is a totally modern implant, designed to adapt to the new lifestyles of older,
increasingly active, patients for a longer timeframe.