Bone preserving unicondylar knee prosthesis
Sled endoprosthetics have been a success story with LINK since 1969. Unicondylar knee prostheses can be implanted with low bone destruction and a well-preserved ligamentus apparatus in the knee joint. Continually being improved on, the unicondylar sled delivers outstanding results in everyday clinical practice. In conjunction with the minimally invasive surgical technique MITUS® this surface replacement is particularly bone-sparing and gentle on soft tissue. In the Annual Report 2007* of the Swedish study (The Swedish Knee Arthroplasty Register – Part II) the Endo-Model® sled prosthesis features a survival rate of over 90% in 10 years with 4,124 implantations.
Total Knee – Gemini SL Knee System
Bone surface replacement for cemented or cementless primary surgeryExcellent treatment options for a wide range of patients and indication plus maximum intraoperative versatility.
- SpheroGrip® macrostruture provides for a homogeneous bone cement/ implant interface and uniform force transmission in the city mantle.
- Modular, anatomically designed prosthesis omponents
- Wide choice of sizes, irrespective of gender or ethnicity
- High survival rate of 98.2% in the arthroplasty register of the Emilia Romagna region of Italy for version with honey comb-shaped structure.
- Compatibility with other systems in the LINK® SL® Knee Family concept provides comprehensive treatment options.
Mobile Bearing with congruent plateau surface
- Highly Polished Surface
- Congruence of the articular surfaces in extension
- Articulating femoral condyle as fexion increases, greater freedom of flexion and relieving strain on the patella.
- High congruence stabilizes the joint, also in the absense of the posterior cruciate ligament
- Independent sizing of femur and tibia
- Tibial insert size to be matched with femur component.
Total Knee – Difficult Primary
Endomodel Rotational knee
- Developed in 1979
- Available in Right and Left verisons
- Allows flexion upto 165º
- Stable implant anchorage in case of weakened ligament conditions
- Anti-Luxation Feature
- Minimal bone resection
- Valuable bone substance remains preserved
- Physiological pivot point and axial rotation achieve natural range of motion
- Axial rotation protects tibial steam achorage
- Femoral and Tibial component are coupled by simply slotting the two parts together
- Easily reproducible implantation technique
- Reduced rehabilitation time