Solution For High Tibial Osteotomy (HTO) High Tibial Opening wedge osteotomy is a standard procedure in the treatment of varus gonarthrosis deformity responsible for femorotibial compartment wear-out. This technique is preferred to the lateral closing osteotomy, the rate of good results reported in the past 10 years is 70%. Opening wedge HTO is a reliable procedure but cautioned that precise correction of realigning is essential for a good long-term outcome. The FlexitSystem has been designed to commit with high requirements of Tibial Opening Osteotomy. The implant design brings greater simplicity and convenience to HTO procedures.
FlexitSystem kit features an intuitive, easy-to-follow instrument flow and sleek, modern design for an ideal combination of flexibility, simplicity and convenience.
Innovative Design The FlexitSystem has been designed to commit with the Tibial Opening Osteotomy high requirements Patient comfort : only 2.8mm thickness to limit risks of soft tissue irritation. Rounded design and low profile : easy to apply and limits patient discomfort. Precontoured Anatomic Plate Design conforms with the original geometry of the patient’s tibia anatomy Innovative ergonomic design : Easy to place. Its low profile conforms to the surgical site reducing surgical time.
The HemiCAP® implants intraoperatively recreate the patients' articular cartilage surface convexities. This unique mapping technology enables the surgeon to place the implant so the implant becomes part of the patient's natural curvatures - both in the medial to lateral aspect as well as the anterior to posterior plane.
RegJoint™ is indicated for arthroplasties in small joints in hand and foot for patients suffering of rheumatoid arthritis or osteoarthritis. The specific target joints are metatarsal I-V, V (MTI I-V) in foot, carpometacarpal (CMC I) and metacarpophalangeal II-V (MCP II-V) joints in hand.
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