mobile-bearing knee prosthesis / cemented or non-cemented
cemented or non-cemented
The implant system
Trekking is one of the most advanced systems for total knee arthroplasty available today. All
the principal technical and clinical issues have been analysed and solved in the most efficient
way, with a lot of new and exciting solutions.
One of the most important features is the flexibility of all the Components - primary and
revision, mobile and fixed, cruciate retaining, posterior stabilised or ultra-congruent,
cemented and uncemented - which can be implanted with the same set of instruments,
enabling the surgeon to choose the final Components at the very last moment, and even
to combine “hybrid” primary and revision Components in a single implant for maximum
customisation of the surgical treatment.
The mobile bearing system includes a Posterior Stabilized and an Ultra-Congruent
Component. Thanks its 1:1 congruency, and to the anterior leap distance ranging from
6.6 (size 1) to 11.4 mm (size 5), the indication of the Ultra-Congruent implant is both for
preserving and sacrificing the posterior cruciate ligament without compromising joint stability.