Cemented or non-cemented femoral stem Avenir®

cemented or non-cemented femoral stem
cemented or non-cemented femoral stem
cemented or non-cemented femoral stem
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Characteristics

Fixture type
cemented or non-cemented
Femoral stem length

93 mm, 115 mm, 129 mm, 151 mm (3.66 in)

CCD angle

126.5 °, 135 °

Description

The Avenir Complete Hip System is an evolution based on the clinically proven heritage of the Avenir Hip System.2-5 Proven Heritage The Avenir Complete Hip System is an evolution based on the clinically proven heritage of the uncemented Avenir Hip System2-5. By combining legacy features of the Avenir Hip System with new features, Avenir Complete was designed to deliver greater operative flexibility along with surgical excellence. Operative Flexibility As your trusted partner in Anterior Hip surgery, we know that stem selection is of prime importance when performing the approach. This doesn’t just mean a shortened stem for ease of insertion, but a stem that provides greater operative flexibility to best match patient anatomies and help ensure proper fit within the femur. The Avenir Complete Hip System was designed to deliver greater operative flexibility through an expanded feature-set. This expanded feature-set includes optimized stem lengths, a reduced distal geometry, a simple 6mm offset system with three offset options (Standard, High Offset & Coxa Vara) and streamlined instrumentation designed to achieve accurate and precise stem seating. Surgical Excellence Fostering Operating Room efficiency and reproducible surgical technique, together with facilitating accurate and precise stem seating. Includes a streamlined instrumentation set, various broach handles are available to accommodate modern surgical approaches including the muscle sparing anterior approach.

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