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Three-compartment knee prosthesis KAM-TITAN
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three-compartment knee prosthesis
three-compartment knee prosthesis
three-compartment knee prosthesis
three-compartment knee prosthesis
three-compartment knee prosthesis
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Surgical application
cemented or non-cemented
left, right
Flexion angle

Max.: 7 °

Min.: 6 °


THE MODULAR KNEE ARTHRODESIS SYSTEM Based on the design of the MRP-TITAN system, the KAM-TITAN knee arthrodesis system is available in anatomic left and right variants in addition to a neutral module. With its integral 6° valgus and 7° flexion angles, the implant system restores the physiologic axis of the leg. For the patient this means a high degree of comfort, high initial stability for immediate weight bearing, and mobilization as early as possible. Some patients have extremely poor bone stock with minimal opportunity for bony ingrowth. Even in such a situation, the fixation stems and knee arthrodesis module can achieve a secure positive locking connection between the thigh and lower leg. Configuration example: KAM-TITAN neutral (0°) VARIABLE AND ANATOMIC Neutral and anatomic left and right versions (6° valgus, 7° flexion) availabler Freely selectable leg length and continuously adjustable external rotation in situ EARLIEST POSSIBLE MOBILITY Cementless implantation or optional cemented stems SIMPLE SURGICAL TECHNIQUE Intraoperative flexibility in any situation Assembly with trial implants in situ Modules coupled in flexion (from 35°) Escape route at every step of the procedure EXCELLENT LONG-TERM RESULTS Best results in long-term studies with a high degree of patient satisfaction CAN BE USED WITH EXTREMELY POOR BONE STOCK Can be used without restriction where bony ingrowth is absent or unlikely
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