• Continuum Acetabular Hip System

    Zimmer® Continuum Acetabular System provides highly flexible solutions for orthopedic surgeons who treat a wide range of patients. The system combines the biologic ingrowth of Trabecular Metal™ Technology with Zimmer® advanced bearing options. With one of the most comprehensive systems, surgeons have the ability to address variations of anatomy and choose the bearing technology that best meets the needs of each patient.

    The NCB Plate Technology allows polyaxial screw placement (30° cone) with screw locking achieved through the use of locking caps that are threaded into the plate holes. The locking construct improves stability especially in poor bone quality.

  • Trilogy Acetabular Hip System

    The Trilogy Acetabular Hip System builds on the success of the Harris-Galante™ Porous and HGP II Cups by combining proven features with new technology designed to inhibit the formation and migration of polyethylene debris. In doing so, Zimmer has provided multiple defense mechanisms against the poly debris that can be associated with osteolysis

    Ten-year survivorship analysis of Galante's series of 204 Harris-Galante Cups revealed that the acetabular component had a 99 percent chance of survival with revision or aseptic loosening as the end point. Osteolysis was noted in only 4 percent of cases.

  • Revision System  
  • Trabecular Metal Acetabular Revision System

    Unique in the industry, the Zimmer Trabecular Metal Acetabular Revision System sets new standards in the way surgeons perform revision surgery. It combines Trabecular Metal Technology with the ability to tailor individualized solutions for each patient—a combination no other competitive system offers.

    Provides surgeons multiple options to address the wide range of bone deficiencies encountered in acetabular revision—without the need for custom implants. A viable alternative to structural allograft, without potential for resorption or disease transmission—plus, a more economical and technically easier procedure.

  • ZMR Hip System  
  • ZMR Hip System

    A mid-stem modular junction allows for the selection of a proximal body design independent of the choice for a distal stem design. The mid-stem design also allows for completely independent proximal/distal implant positioning and component sizing. This enables a wide variety of bone conditions to be accommodated that are often not fully revealed until the time of surgery. ZMR Implants are available in either a standard junction design or with an extra large junction (XL junction) for larger patients or for those patients whose femur may not provide adequate proximal support.

    The system also accommodates a number of fixation philosophies, including distal fixation, proximal fixation, and extensive porous fixation. The ZMR Hip System includes three distinct porous body styles. Straight and bowed spline stems are available in up to three stem lengths, in six diameters, to optimize patient fit. The coronal slot makes the distal stem more flexible, allowing for easier stem insertion.

  • ZMR XL Revision Hip System

    Proximal support of the implant is desired in all femoral revision hip surgeries. However, when the surgeon is unable to obtain proximal implant support, the ZMR XL Hip System should be considered. The ZMR XL Hip System was specifically designed to accommodate cases in which proximal support is not obtainable with the standard junction components.

    However, as with any non-supported femoral stem, the patient would be warned of the increased risk of fatigue fracture of the stem even though a ZMR XL construct is used.

  • ZMR Taper Distal Stem

    The ZMR Taper Revision Hip Prosthesis is designed to achieve secure distal fixation* in the femur using a sharply splined and tapered distal stem with a roughened Tivanium® Alloy surface. The tapered distal stem is designed to wedge into the femoral medullary canal, transferring axial and bending forces, while the splines are press-fit into bone to provide rotational stability.

    The roughened Tivanium Alloy surface allows bone on growth. The modular proximal bodies and distal stems provide many sizing options to help achieve anatomic restoration.

  • ZMR Porous Distal Stem

    The ZMR Porous Revision Components offer a choice of proximal or extensive porous fixation options. These implants address varying degrees of bone loss and mismatch between the metaphyseal and diaphyseal regions. A variety of proximal body and distal stem combinations are available to address these issues while focusing on the goals of secure fixation and kinematic restoration.

    Straight and bowed porous stems are available in up to four stem lengths and up to 10 diameters to optimize patient fit. The porous stems are coated with plasma sprayed Tivanium® Alloy to allow for potential bone outgrowth