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Minimally invasive hip prosthesis C.F.P.®
cementless

minimally invasive hip prosthesis
minimally invasive hip prosthesis
minimally invasive hip prosthesis
minimally invasive hip prosthesis
minimally invasive hip prosthesis
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Characteristics

Surgical application
minimally invasive
Fixture type
cementless

Description

Femoral neck preserving, bioharmonic hip prosthesis system The C.F.P.® hip prosthesis stem* and the T.O.P.® acetabular component form a femoral neck-preserving, bioharmonic hip system for cementless implantation. It was specifically developed for young, active patients, who will have a higher than average rate of aseptic loosening with a conventional hip prosthesis, due to long life expectancy. Taking into consideration principles of biomechanical loading and anchoring, correlating to hip anatomy and physiology, the C.F.P.® hip prosthesis stem achieves stable, stress-resistant an- choring of the prosthesis and assures the best conditions for later interventions. The anatomically compatible, dislocation resistant positioning of the T.O.P.® hip acetabulum is an integral component of the bioharmonic system. LINK® C.F.P.® Hip Prosthesis Stem Minimal bone resection through preservation of the femoral neck and spongiosa compression without removal of cancellous bone in the proximal femur - Minimal bone resection through preservation of the femoral neck and spongiosa compression without removal of cancellous bone in the proximal femur - Cementless implantation with up to 87% prosthesis-bone-contact - Anatomical stem shape (allowance made for physiological anteversion in the prosthesis stem) - Different stem curvatures ensure secure support of the prosthesis at the medial cortical bone
*Prices are pre-tax. They exclude delivery charges and customs duties and do not include additional charges for installation or activation options. Prices are indicative only and may vary by country, with changes to the cost of raw materials and exchange rates.